Hiller resigns as chief fiscal officer, effective Sept. 15

First Selectman Mike Tetreau announced Wednesday that Paul Hiller has offered his resignation as the Fairfield’s chief fiscal officer, effective Sept. 15.

Hiller has served as the town’s CFO for the last 13 years. Prior to that, he served for 18 years on the Board of Finance.


“The Town is very fortunate to have had such a dedicated and hard working CFO who always had the best interests of the Town at hand,” Tetreau said in a press release. “Under Mr. Hiller’s fiscal leadership, Fairfield maintained the coveted AAA rating from leading national rating agencies. Mr. Hiller’s financial experience helped deliver a clean audit of the town’s balance sheet at the end of every year. I thank Mr. Hiller for all of his positive contributions to the town and to our residents.”


“In order to ensure a smooth transition following his resignation as CFO in September,” according to a release from Tetreau’s office, Hiller has offered to assist the town with financial matters by serving as manager of financial services through June 30.

Robert Mayer will serve as acting CFO upon Hiller’s resignation this September while continuing in his role as chief of staff.

“I am thankful Mr. Hiller is willing to stay on to assist the town with the help of Mr. Mayer,” Tetreau said. “Mr. Mayer is a CPA and former Fairfield BOF member who previously served as a former CEO and Director of a $1 billion health care company, Health America, and as a former chief finance officer and director of Sierra Health Services, a NYSE Company.”

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