Derry officials expect to make decision on Town Administrator Anderson soon
Councilors met for about two hours with Anderson and his attorney, Cornelius Sullivan, in a closed-door session. The town’s attorney, Thomas Closson, also attended the meeting.
An inquiry into the matter continues, Budreau said.
“It’s September, something is coming,” Budreau said. “He’ll be back or he won’t.”
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