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Brattleboro Citizens' Breakfast Invitation


            

                        

Brattleboro Selectboard Candidates Forum

Friday, February 17, 2016
(doors open 7:30 am)

The following candidates have filed petitions to run for Brattleboro Selectboard:

For a Term of Three Years (1 seat):   David Schoales

For a Term of One Year (2 seats):      David Cadran
                                                           Brandie Starr
                                                           Avery Schwenk
                                                           Tim Wessel  

➤ All the candidates running for election have been invited to participate in a forum to be held on February 17 at the Gibson-Aiken Center, 207 Main St., Brattleboro (downstairs)

➤ There will be time reserved for questions and answers - you may submit questions via email prior to the event: Robt.Oeser@gmail.com

 

=> As we need to plan for the number of people having breakfast the RSVP deadline is Tuesday, February 14th.  Reply by email to Robt.Oeser@gmail.com  or call 518-505-9031.

=> Breakfast is provided by Senior Meals and will feature whole wheat pancakes. The cost is $6.00 for those under 60 years of age ($3.50 is the suggested donation for those over 60 years).
=> Brattleboro Time Traders may use one time credit hour to attend the breakfast, hosted by Brattleboro Senior Meals (Meals on Wheels).

Reference:

Warning for Town Meeting Election on March 7 & Representative Town Meeting on March 25

Brattleboro Office of Town Clerk Election Page on brattleboro.org

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Four to compete for open one-year seats on Selectboard,” The Commons, Wed., Feb. 1, 2017

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