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Weare plans information series, candidates night
With most of the residents in the town missing out on presentations that back up the warrant articles, the push now is to get that information into the hands of voters.
On Wednesday, March 5 at 7 p.m. at the Old Town Hall, voters can find out more about the articles that will appear on the ballot. Then on Monday, March 10 — the night before the town votes — there will a coffee hour featuring officials and candidates, followed by a program that allows voters to call in and get their questions answered.
Because there are two seats up for grabs on the Board of Selectmen this year, and both of those seats are contested, the town will host a candidates night on Tuesday, March 4, at 7 p.m.
The two candidates for the only other contested race in town — library trustee — have been invited to attend the candidates night too, said Bolton.
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