Think no?

Here in the middle of a February cold snap, with the Olympics set to start today, you may wonder if I mean THINK SNOW!.  Well, that too, but I really want to emphasize how you can’t just think no, you have to vote no.

If you are part of the majority who said no to Brewster Hall restoration in the referendum two years ago, you have to follow up this year.  You have to plan to get to the polls on Tuesday March 11th sometime between 8:00am and 7:00pm.  And bring your friends.

You can be sure that everyone who supports this article will show up, so if you don’t want to have a mixed signal like three years ago when only 41% said no, you have to show up and repeat that 51% opposition.

Start now.  Tell everyone at work that you are going to vote this year.  Show some support for your two Selectmen who have stuck their necks out to buck the status quo.  Make it a banner year for turnout and drive a wooden stake in the heart of this bad idea.  Maybe then we can get about the business of doing something reasonable to fix the town offices.

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3 Responses to Think no?

  1. suzanne ryan says:

    Also, two budget committee members had the courage of their convictions and voted Not to support a 3 .8 million bond Debt. One member swiched from Yea to Nay..guess they analized
    the dollar figuers ..good for them.


  2. Bob Tougher says:

    I respect everyone’s opinion on the Budget Committee, whether they agree with me or not. They are a great group of people to work with.

  3. wolfeblog says:

    To everyone,

    I edited this comment to include the portions relative to the original post as extended by Suzanne’s comment. This is my blog, it’s not a community forum. I welcome thoughtful comments about the substance of my posts. The proposed ski lodge and any Library expansion is a completely different subject, and anyone who wants to address the community about those issues should send their comments to the Grunter.

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