Quarrels stall Guilderland Town Board meeting

The board met behind closed doors for more than two hours before voting unanimously to approve the promotion of the officer.

In other action, the board voted 3-to-2, along party lines, to have attorney Claudia Ryan represent the town in possible litigation brought by acting Guilderland Police Chief Carol Lawlor and Lieutenant Curtis Cox, both of whom are vying for the available police chief position. Both Lawlor and Cox have hired attorney Paul Clyne to represent them in a possible case of discriminatory bias resulting from comments made by Redlich in which he refers to the two officers as "political flunkies" on a Times Union blog. Ryan would be paid $175 an hour and a retainer not to exceed $2,650.""

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