ST. JOHNSBURY — A former town manager of St. Johnsbury has lost a bid to get his job back, but he’s planning to take his case to the Vermont Supreme Court.
The town hired Ralph Nelson, a former Major League Baseball executive, as town manager in August 2010.
Less than two years later, the Select Board fired him and took his laptop, which Nelson’s lawsuit says invaded his privacy.
Nelson has been fighting to get his job back, relying on a state law setting out the terms for a town manager’s employment by a Select Board.
Superior Court Judge Mary Miles Teachout concluded that not every select board has to justify its decision to remove a town manager, but Nelson’s attorney, Richard Cassidy, said he plans to challenge that.MORE IN Vermont NewsThe Vermont Supreme Court will take up the issue of balancing the public's right to know and a... Full StoryBROOKFIELD — A tiny Vermont town’s famous wooden floating bridge — believed to be the only one of... Full StoryBURLINGTON — Scientists at the University of Vermont still chuckle at the memory of Lake... Full Story
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