Pullar, 52, who had been first identified as having multiple myeloma at age 43, has stated he expects to create a full recovery.
Pullar required off beginning on August. 7 for any planned 4 to 6 days of sick leave, and came back on Monday, Selectboard Chairman Dick Grassi announced throughout a Tuesday meeting.
“He completed and did what must be done as well as handled the main fireman job,” Grassi stated.
Pullar, who spent the majority of his career within the U.S. Army, was hired through the town at the begining of 2016.
“I know I do not are saying this, but he hit the floor running,” Grassi stated, based on CATV video from the meeting.
Hartford — Town Manager Leo Pullar came back to active duty now, after spending time off and away to receive strategy to cancer.
Pullar started his return with reduced work hours of 10 a.m. to three p.m., and intends to do additional work at home because he continues to develop his endurance, based on Grassi.
Throughout his absence, Hartford Fire Chief Scott Cooney completed as acting town manager, and received a round of applause in the Selectboard for which Grassi referred to as a nice job.