Lombardo Gets 'Solid B' in Annual Review

The Hamilton Board of Selectmen publicly presented Town Manager Michael Lombardo with his annual review on Monday night.

Hamilton Town Manager Michael Lombardo, now into year three in his position, was given a "solid B" in his annual review by the Board of Selectmen on Monday night.

Lombardo was given a 3.07 on a scale of 0-4.33, using a numerical ranking similar to those used in schools to calculate a grade point average.

He was evaluated on 23 different things, ranging from his job as personnel director to his implementation of the trash program.

His highest score came from his job to both manage legal counsel, route: {:controller=>"articles", :action=>"show", :id=>"brewer-reappointment-as-town-counsel-gets-backing-from-selectmen"} --> and

Concerned September 18, 2012 at 11:51 AM
Great job Mr. Lombardo. Keep up the good work. The grade should have been a solid A. Your honesty and willingness to make difficult decisions even when not popular make you a unique leader in a time when everyone is playing politics. Stay the course.
Leigh M Keyser September 18, 2012 at 03:15 PM
too bad se lecman Johnson feels town manager needs to operate as big cities do, yet rest of selectmen like him to operate as a small town manager. Hope that Mr Lombardo understands what small town operation means.
Ron Powell September 18, 2012 at 03:20 PM
If you are looking for someone to manage your Town's information technologies, well I know this guy who has worked on multi-million dollar, multi-year, multi-phased municipal IT projects .... reasonable rates .... just sayin'
Hamiltonite September 18, 2012 at 09:06 PM
A "Solid B" at a solid A+ salary...and we're satisfied???
Concerned September 20, 2012 at 02:46 AM
See above comment....Should have been an A. And what would you pay yourself to do that thankless job dealing with the rest of the "Hamiltonite's"?


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