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Waterville Valley town clerk saying goodbye to post
For a non-partisan election, “We’ve got a lot of people who are pretty active,” said Kucharski, who will likely be succeeded by Reggie Breeckner, the lone candidate for town clerk. With one exception, all seats on the Waterville Valley town ballot had at least one person seeking the post, and, for another year, there was no controversy, Kucharski said.
Kucharski said voters didn’t have much to say about the one regional contest on the Waterville Valley and other town ballots throughout the North Country — to fill the District 1 vacancy on the Executive Council created by the death of Ray Burton.
“It’s a wonderful thing that we can all work together,” Aronson said, “and that every citizen has a voice.”
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