ROCKINGHAM — The fired municipal manager in Rockingham, says the action is unjustified and he plans to fight it.
The selectboard in Rockingham and the Bellows Falls Village Trustees exercised a no-confidence vote Tuesday night in Timothy Cullenen following his two-year review. They then terminated him.
Selectboard Chairman Thomas MacPhee declined to go into why the town and village boards made their decision.
Cullenen, the former town administrator of Ashland, N.H., was hired by the selectboard and trustees in April 2011.
In November, Cullenen took a leave of absence following comments he made to a Bellows Falls citizen about parking permits during a joint board meeting. Some trustees felt Cullenen was disrespectful.
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