[HISTORY: Adopted by the Town of Lunenburg as Art. III of the Town Bylaws. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Selectmen policies — See Ch. 305.
The Selectmen shall exercise a general supervision over all matters affecting the interests or welfare of the Town.
The Selectmen may settle any claims or suits against the Town, which in their opinion cannot be defended successfully, and they may employ counsel in suits against the Town and in other matters whenever they deem it necessary.
The Selectmen may appear (either personally or by counsel) before any committee of the Legislature, or board or commission, to protect the interest of the Town, but are not authorized by this bylaw to commit the Town to any course of action.
No member of the Board of Selectmen shall sign or become liable upon the bond of any Town officer required to give bonds.