Candia police force grows to full strength
Police Chief Michael McGillen said he was relieved to have the whole process behind him.
At a cost of roughly $38,000 in salary, the board, in a 3-1 vote with one abstention, approved McGillen’s recommended candidate, Thomas Terilli, to fill the vacant spot in the department.“It took longer than some hoped, but it worked out OK in the end,” said Frederick Kelley, chairman of the Board of Selectmen.
Board member Amanda Soares, who voted against the hiring, previously said she felt the town is safe enough and does not need to spend the money on an extra officer. McGillen has been adamant that a full staff of seven officers is needed to maintain the safety of the town.
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