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The committee overseeing the search for a new executive assistant for Hudson will hold a second session to receive public input at the Senior Center at 7 p.m. on Sept. 5. The committee’s members decided after the initial session, held on Aug. 1, that another meeting was needed to get further thoughts from both residents and the business community. Paul Blazar retired as executive assistant on July 4, and the town’s finance director, Christopher Sandini, has been filling the role on an interim basis.

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