Lyndeborough taps New Boston man as town administrator
Russ Boland Jr. lives in New Boston and has been that town’s fire inspector for the past seven years. He has worked for municipalities for 37 years and has extensive experience on various boards including the budget committee and capital improvement program while a resident of Pelham.
“Hopefully I can facilitate team building and consensus building and we can work for the best interest of the taxpayer and provide a real solid return for their tax dollars,” he said.
His philosophy is an open door policy. “The best way to solve a problem is before it becomes a problem. I want to be approachable so people can come to me when problems are still in the infancy stage and we can solve them easier,” said Boland.
He was successful in a $265,400 SAFER grant that daily coverage for the volunteer fire station in return for paramedic tuition reimbursement.
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