Our choices in town elections
Although the media have been focused on Tuesday's U.S. Senate Democrat and Republican primary elections, residents in several towns in North Central Massachusetts should also be paying attention to the contested races in municipal elections that same day.
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#1 May 11, 2013
Do you still feel the same way about Mr Ingerson after what he pulled Wednesday night? The townspeople voted to appoint Fred Alden and Mr Ingerson totally disrespected us as citizens of Ashby and Fred Alden, his family, the Chief and police department. He was at the town meeting and heard the people's choice but ignored us. It is his responsibility to get the agenda and not blame evryone else. If he had questions he should have had the decency to let the Chief know so Mr Alden wasn't put in that embarassing situation. I am not impressed and very disappointed with how he handled this issue.
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