(A)   A decision of the state’s Supreme Court requires that the town inform its employees in a conspicuous manner that they are employed “at will”. This means that they are free to terminate their employment at any time, with or without notice and with or without reason. The town retains the same right.
   (B)   No person except Town Council has authority to enter into a contract of employment which is not terminable at will. Neither the town’s policies, not its practices, nor the oral assurances of its representatives create a contract of employment.
   (C)   A contract of employment entered into by the town must be in writing, must state that it is a “Contract of Employment” and must be signed by the Mayor after a public vote by Town Council.
(Prior Code, Chapter 16)