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Precinct D Town Meeting Members

Candidates for Town Meeting from Precinct D

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

CYNTHIA L. CONTURIE, 96 Robinwood Avenue (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

ROSS M. DONALD, 25 Chambers Street Unit H (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

JOSHUA W. LEVY, 42 Village Lane (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

RICHARD J. LUNETTA, 182 Marked Tree Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

RICHARD S. MANN, 196 Bridle Trail Road (Candidate for re-election)
No response received.

GARY B. MCNEILL, 54 Deerfield Road (Candidate for re-election)
Senior Housing ( Affordable Housing in General ) , Schools (Drug and Alcohol Awareness for School Aged Children, Growth, Financial Well Being), Commercial Expansion

THOMAS F. SOISSON, 128 Maple Street (Candidate for re-election)
Providing excellent education opportunities for our Children.
Preserving recreational resources and open space for our citizens.
Protecting the community from economic exploitation, over building, and degradation.

DOROTHY H. DESIMONE, 40 Linden Street
Needham must remain a town where every resident feels safe and respected. Needham schools should continue to provide every child with an excellent education, including a full day of Kindergarten. Needham must remain a community in which both young families and older citizens can afford to live.

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