After hearing proposals from four law firms, members of the Littleton City Council believe they may have found a solution to filling the vacant city attorney position.
The council has been trying to decide how it would replace former city attorney Kirsten Crawford, who resigned in February. In a review of the city's legal services, one suggestion was to outsource the work to a legal firm instead of hiring a full-time city attorney.
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