Derry councilors select semi-finalists for town admin job
Councilors met in a non-public meeting on Monday and whittled 52 applicants down to a group of semi-finalists, Council Chairman Mark Osborne said Tuesday night during the council’s regular meeting.
Anderson had been charged with lewdness and indecent exposure, both misdemeanors, in August 2013 following an incident that allegedly occurred at his house on July 11, 2013, involving DirectTV salesman Errol Flynn.
The deadline for filing applications for the town administrator position closed last week.
The search is the second one councilors have conducted this year after they announced earlier this summer they were passing over the two finalists — Richard Brown of Massachusetts and Stephen Eldridge of Maine — and reopening the search.
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