Town Manager Jeff Hull’s Contract Is Up September 30, Negotiations To Begin Soon

WILMINGTON, MA — The Wilmington Board of Selectmen will soon begin contract negotiations with Town Manager Jeff Hull, whose current deal with the town expires on September 30.

Hull, 57, has helped run Wilmington since 1987, serving as Town Manager for the past six years (2012-present) and Assistant Town Manager for the 25 prior to that (1987-2012).

Hull was unanimously appointed to a 3-year term in 2012 and unanimously reappointed to another 3-year term in 2015. Despite a drastically different board makeup than 2012 or 2015– with Selectman Mike McCoy being the only current board member to have ever voted for Hull — the Town Manager is widely expected to receive strong support from Selectmen once again.

Selectmen Chair Kevin Caira has selected Selectmen Ed Loud and Jonathan Eaton to serve on a subcommittee to review a new contract with Hull.

Before negotiations take place, the full board will meet in Executive Session, likely on Monday, July 9, to further discuss the negotiation process.

According to the FY19 budget, Hull’s current salary is $152,373.

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  1. I wonder if the Town Manager will once again request for his contract to include additional compensation under “Termination”… Perhaps he felt threatened when McCoy called him a ‘sneaky little weasel’ and when Caira called him a ‘player’s manager’?

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