Comments for: Former Bucksport manager tapped for interim Hermon post

Posted June 14, 2012, at 7:26 p.m.

HERMON | With Town Manager Clint Deschene heading to his new job in Auburn, town councilors here have entered agreements that will provide them an interim manager and help finding their next one. Town Council Chairman Timothy McCluskey said that town councilors tapped the law firm Eaton Peabody earlier …

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  • I really hope that they find a competent replacement. Unfortunately, I don’t think it will be at a better price than Clint was asking for in the first place. I think that if we geta replacement that will be as good as Clint it will cost us a bit more than the council expects. Personally I think the council has let the town down in this regard.

    • Anonymous

      The Council’s only screw up was believe him when he said he loved Hermon and wanted to raise a family here. He has been hunting for another job for years! I can’t blame him for wanting to expand his resume but you cannot blame the council for his (Clint’s) choices!

      • If he was able to make a decent living here he would have gladly stayed. You really have no idea what you are talking about.

  • Anonymous

    My hat is off to the Council for taking a highly professional approach to searching for a replacement manager and appointing an experienced interim manager.

  • Anonymous

    I agree this will cost hermon dearly all because of about 3or4 trouble makers

    • Anonymous

      Clint is the one who continued to job seek after telling the council he loved Hermon and wanted to raise his family here. He wanted to expand his resume, who could blame him? None of us, he is young and is trying to establish a name for himself but to blame others for his choices, Wrong on so many levels!

      • Clint continued to job seek because the council would not pay a manager wage. There will  be a rude awakening when they find the cost for a replacement, unless they just hire someone without the needed experience to replace him. 

  • Old Bear

    Bangor did a national tour to fined a city manager and then looked up the road about 10 miles and found one. Joe Wardwell would make a great town manager.       Great guy!!!!!

  • Anonymous

    Being a retired mgr must be nice amkeat your retirement and couple days here couple days there a ching and you don’t have to deal deal with same idiots very long

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