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    Clinton meeting gallery 7/1/19 - Michael G. Seamans/Morning Sentinel file | of | Share this photo

    Michael Hachey, right center, listens to the selectmen's meeting Monday at the Clinton Town Hall. Hachey was recently fired from his position as director of the Clinton-Benton Solid Waste Transfer and Recycling Station.

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    Clinton Town Manager Earla Haggerty enters the selectmen's room for a meeting Monday at the Clinton Town Hall.

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    Clinton Town Manager Earla Haggerty listens and takes notes during a selectmen's meeting Monday at the Clinton Town Hall.

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    Randy Clark, a former Clinton selectman and current member of the town’s personnel subcommittee, right, talks on Monday with Michael Hachey, former director of the Clinton-Benton Solid Waste Transfer and Recycling Station during a selectmen's meeting at the Clinton Town Hall.

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    Gerry Dixon listens Monday to a selectmen's decision to hold an executive session to discuss the renewal of the current town manager's contract during a selectmen's meeting at the Clinton Town Hall.

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    Resident Charlie Dorr becomes upset after yelling at selectmen to speak more loudly Monday at the Clinton Town Hall. Stanley Bell, center, chief of police, asks Dorr to leave the meeting because he is being disruptive.

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