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I'm already running for City Council
How many days will this be, week ????
Thank you for the notice ahead of time, much appreciated.
Just curious... Does Main St actually stop at the intersection with Elm?.. Seems rather 'obvious' that it runs to the 'Bull Pen'.. WHEN will they address this?.. I've just spent over $2,000 on a new front end! No THANK YOU CLAREMONT!
I’m a little confused by “two travel lanes”. Is this the two traffic lanes headed east toward Market Basket, the two traffic lanes headed west toward Big Lots, or the overall surface in both directions?
Why do they call it “paving”? It used to be now it’s more “stinky mess maker” or “bad reconstructive surgery” but most definitely not paving, paving requires the road to look and actually be better. 😉
Alternate route where would thAt be? The river!
Mary Holden- Carpenter
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