“Putting out fires” is how Connecticut attorney George Nichols humbly describes his new job at the Westport Public Library. It’s something he’s good at, having spent more than 30 years negotiating contracts as a labor and employment lawyer.

It was nine years ago that that Nichols took his first library job. His job doesn’t entail buying or shelving books, but keeping the library’s financial house in order.

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