Candidates for Selectmen made their cases and addressed town issues at Candidates’ Night

One week ago, candidates for board of selectmen addressed voters and answered questions. The four men were asked for their positions on investing in “healthy” school start times, increasing PILOT contributions from non-profits, single vs split tax rates, working to improve downtown, open space, and handling of the Park Central development. Read the full article → from Candidates for Selectmen made their cases and addressed town issues at Candidates’ Night

Town Election: Last call to throw your hat in the ring (and acknowledging outgoing selectmen)

I’m happy to share that it looks like there won’t be an empty seat on the May ballot. Still, I hate to see so many uncontested seats.

Plus – I’m sharing more on decisions by current selectmen not to run for re-election. Read the full article → from Town Election: Last call to throw your hat in the ring (and acknowledging outgoing selectmen)

Town Election: Pull papers by March 22nd; Potential vacancies (Updated)

So far, there aren’t any races to report. There are potential vacancies if incumbents who haven’t pulled papers yet (or those candidates who haven’t filed signature yet) decide not to run this spring. At this point, I still haven’t heard that anyone has made that decision. Read the full article → from Town Election: Pull papers by March 22nd; Potential vacancies (Updated)

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