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Concord Monitor: At LGC, bigger change needed

We urge the government center’s member communities, and those communities that may want to become members, to learn all they can about the LGC and the advantages – or disadvantages as the case might be – of membership, and to select volunteers to run for a seat on the board. That way, no matter what happens in the courts, they’ll have a say in what happens to their money.

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