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Selectman Kevin Conley @ Coffee Haven

by Paul Saulnier
April 20, 2013

April 20, 2013. Coffee Haven on Railroad Street was the place to ask Selectman Kevin Conley about your concerns or offer advice on how the town should be run.

A few residents took advantage of the opportunity to point fingers at Kevin.

Retired Town Clerk Jackie Dellicker listens to Conley make a point with his pointer as Ed Mantenuto and John Shannahan do the same. Jackie kept her pointer holstered for the entire hour. Town meeting was the topic of the day.

Mr. Little Green Phonebook Charlie Russo stopped by on his way to work at Shredding Day at the High School, put on by Realty Executives Boston West. Watch for a marked improvement in town government on Monday.

 

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