Town committee seeks public input

Hudson large web iconHudson – There will be a public input session Thursday, Aug. 1, at 7 p.m., to assist in the selection of the town's next executive assistant. The event will take place at the Hudson Senior Center, 29 Church St.

The Hudson Board of Selectmen has appointed a nine-member search committee made up of Hudson registered voters. A consultant has also been hired to aid in the search. As part of its selection process, the Executive Assistant Search Committee is seeking residents” opinions.

Suggested topics include: “What are the criteria when searching for a new executive assistant?”; “What qualities should he or she possess to be able to lead the town?”; “What characteristics make a good Executive Assistant?”; “What are the goals for Hudson as a community, and what sort of guidance does Hudson need?”

For more information, visit www.townofhudson.org/Public_Documents/HudsonMA_BComm/EAsearch or look for the Executive Assistant Search Committee under the Boards and Commissions page at www.townofhudson.org. Written comments may be submitted to EA Search Committee, Town Hall, 78 Main St., Hudson, MA 01749 or by email to EAsearch@townofhudson.org.

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