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Puglisi Decides Not to Take Paid Consulting Role in Cortlandt
January 20, 2022 Rick Pezzul

Former Cortlandt Supervisor Linda Puglisi has decided not to accept a paid consulting role that was approved by the Town Board following a rash of criticism posted on social media.

During its first voting meeting of 2022 on Jan. 11, the Cortlandt Town Board voted to enter into a consulting agreement for a maximum of 10 months with Puglisi, who just retired at the end of 2021, at a rate of $6,500 month.

Puglisi, who served 34 consecutive years on the Town Board, including 30 as supervisor, was slated to assist the current administration with background information and other expertise on various issues, including the decommissioning of the Indian Point nuclear power plants. “It’s good governance,” Puglisi said last week when asked about her new responsibility. “I’m looking forward to it. I appreciate Richard (new Supervisor Dr. Richard Becker) and the Town Board wanting me to be in that capacity. I have a lot of knowledge to bring to the table. MORE AT

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