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Londonderry town councilors will run unopposed
Candidates Ted Combes and Mark Aronson are seeking to fill the two three-year terms on the budget committee, with Glenn Douglas and Gary Vermillion vying for the sole two-year term on the budget committee.
Newcomer Patti Hanley MacCabe will challenge Seymour for the coming three-year term as Londonderry's Town Clerk/Tax Collector. Acting Town Treasurer Kathy Wagner is seeking another three-year term unchallenged, while Pauline Caron, Robert Collins and John Curran are all seeking terms as library trustees.
No one expressed interest in the sole Trustees of the Trust Funds seat, a three-year term.
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