Nashua alderman: Meetings with mayor will be transparent
"That invitation remains open, and I am hopeful that we can expand our communication methods to include these meetings," said Lozeau.
"I am going to do that. I am just getting settled in," he said. "I have been asked to sit down and speak with a bunch of different people, and I am trying to do that to the best of my ability."
One of the challenges, according to Deane, is that the mayor sometimes met with the previous board president — Alderman Brian McCarthy — during daytime business hours. That is not always as convenient for Deane because of his personal work responsibilities, he said.
"I think that is important," he said of gathering with local state representatives.
"My remarks at those meetings are not conducive to communication," she said, noting the importance of meeting more frequently in informal gatherings. "These present more opportunities to be able to work together toward common goals."
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