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Despite wintry weather, Concord’s March 19 election saw the highest turnout for an annual Town Election since 2006
Laws Brook Road resident Peter Bailey Wells writes that, 'Negativity rarely results in a positive result. Please do not allow our town’s dialogue to be dominated by negativity.'
Hill Street resident Valerie Tratnyek writes to encourage Concord residents to 'Vote Tuesday, and then stay involved!'
MacArthur Road residents Kate and Rick Olney write in support of Johanna Boynton for Concord School Committee
Concord Greene residents Fritz and Allene Kussin write in favor of Johanna Boynton for School Committee.
Elsinore Street resident Michael Lucontoni writes that Lisa Bergen and Cynthia Rainey are 'extraordinary, dedicated hard working individuals who deserve a seat on our School Committee.'
ORNAC resident Scott Snook writes that his wife, Kathi Snook, is 'a proven leader of character -- just what we need on the Concord School Committee.'
Potter Street residents Steve and Karen Audette write that Kathi Snook is a 'critical, clear thinker and she is passionate about serving her community.'
Old Pickard Road resident Suzanne Hogan writes that she believes Kathi Snook and Johanna Boynton 'will serve Concord diligently and fairly as School Committee members.'
Prescott Road resident writes that she would trust Kathi Snook 'with a lot more than my representation at School Committee.'
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