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Blazar announces retirement

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Paul Blazar, Hudson’s executive assistant, will retire this summer. Blazar, who started in the position in 1987, will step down effective July 4. “It’s been an honor and a privilege to serve the citizens of Hudson as executive assistant for 26 years,” Blazar said. The executive assistant is the chief fiscal officer and chief administrative officer for the town, and is responsible for the management and coordination of most town departments.

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