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Blazar payout was OK, counsel says

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A payout of more than $20,000 to the town’s recently retired executive assistant, Paul Blazar, was appropriate, according to Hudson’s legal counsel, Aldo Cipriano. Blazar retired on July 4 and collected $20,611.50 in unused vacation and personal days for the current fiscal year, which started on July 1. Two selectmen had questioned the payout, and the board voted to seek a legal opinion about the money from Cipriano.

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