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SELECTMEN. The name of certain officers in several of the United States, who are invested by the statutes of the several states with various powers.

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Board of Selectmen, three-year term (Connolly and Martin);
McCarthy warned that if the policy isn't abandon, the Bourne Board of Selectmen may attempt to apply it to other public employees.
I believe my leadership skills will continue to be an asset to the Board of Selectmen.
He was the unanimous choice of the board of selectmen, who interviewed four finalists prescreened by the Edward J.
Board of Selectmen Chairman Stephen Comtois said no.
Both the Finance Committee and Board of Selectmen recommend favorable action.
Smiley is a longtime resident of Lancaster and has served the town in the Board of Selectmen role for the past 18 months.
We're kind of a cycling community,'' said Neil Sulmasy, chairman of the board of selectmen.
Kelly, who wrote a memo to then-chairman Robert Lavigne complaining about a hostile work environment and personal attacks by a member of the Board of Selectmen.
Recently, I was bestowed the honor and privilege of becoming chairman of the Board of Selectmen.
Mark Ferguson, a member of the Holden Board of Selectmen, has chosen to ignore the principles upon which this country was founded and proceed with his own agenda.
HOLDEN -- The Board of Selectmen voted Monday night to file a complaint with the state Ethics Commission against Selectman Mark Ferguson, alleging he violated rules of executive session on March 17.

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