By Jean Falbo-Sosnovich
SEYMOUR >> The town is a $55 million corporation with about 500
employees being run by a chief executive officer that’s not earning nearly
enough for what the job entails.
That’s according to Board of Finance Chairman Bill Sawicki, who broached the
issue of raising the annual salary for the town’s top elected official to
something more commensurate with the duties of the job.
“It’s the universal opinion of the (finance) board that $72,500 a year (for
the first selectman’s position) is absolutely ridiculous,” Sawicki said.
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