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Precinct B Town Meeting Members

Candidates for Town Meeting from Precinct B

Each candidate for Town Meeting Member was asked to respond to the following question in 300 characters or less: What are the 3 highest priority issues facing the town? The candidates provided all responses; no editing was done by the LWVN except for style consistency.

Candidates are listed in the order they will appear on the ballot: Incumbents appear first, alphabetically, then new candidates are listed alphabetically.

TOWN MEETING MEMBER (for 3 years) Vote for 8

ELIZABETH JANE GRIMES, 12 Clarke Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

DAVID C. HARRIS, 94 Cynthia Road (Candidate for re-election)
Schools: after Hillside, Mitchell needs to be replaced, Pollard needs updates and the high school needs to be expanded
Attracting businesses: other than restaurants there is not enough going on downtown
Managing our budget: we seem to think there is no limit on residents' capacity to pay taxes.

CATHERINE E. KURKJIAN, 43 Briarwood Circle (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

RICHARD B. MOODY, 22 Parish Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

KEVIN T. PENDERGAST, 24 Bess Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

JODI LYNN ROONEY, 617 Central Avenue (Candidate for re-election)
Meaningful public education in appropriate spaces. Providing diverse economic development throughout Town. Large houses on small lots negatively affecting the environment; affordable housing being replaced with higher-priced houses pushing out an economic diverse community.

STEVEN M. ROSENSTOCK, 44 Bess Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

Control large houses to fit better * Expand High School classroom space * Keep advancing our growth as a fine dining and entertainment hub.

Visit the Town's website for a current list of Town Meeting Members.