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Barrington candidates’ forum slated for Thursday
Susan Guadiello is challenging incumbents George Bailey and Dawn Hatch for two three-year spots on the Board of Selectmen. Meanwhile there is a three-way race between George Bailey, Gilbert McCarthy and Rick Walker for a three-year term as a Cemetery Trustee.
The remaining town and school positions are uncontested.
Candidates will have an opportunity to make a statement before answering questions from participants.
For information about the candidates’ forum, contact Ron St. Jean by phone at 742-0660 in the daytime or 332-1062 in the evening or via e-mail at email@example.com.
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