Archive For February 29, 2016

You will note..

Links of my audio clips are being crossposted to a couple sites on FB. No attribution of course, but the audio includes mention of Warren Shaw, the host of the show being presented, and DracutForum.com in the link. Its just interesting to see the lack of ethics…

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Interesting Backtalk shows need for question discussion

Interesting Backtalk shows need for question discussion

Todays  BACKTALK in the Lowell Sun had two items regarding the School override question in Dracut: SENIORITIS: The Dracut School Committee must think seniors have an abundance of money trees growing in their yard. How about doing something to help us out? Dracut DOUBLE DEBT: We used a “debt exclusion” to upgrade the Dracut High…

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Lowell Sun Column: Will she run?

Lowell Sun Column: Will she run?

Cathy Richardson returns to the Lowell Sun Politcal gossip column this Sunday morning: “DESPITE THE heavy baggage she will carry into the election, Dracut Selectman Cathy Richardson may still seek to retain her seat on the board. Reached before the beginning of her trial in February — she faces five counts of animal cruelty — Richardson said…

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DiRocco and Archinski on 980 WCAP

DiRocco and Archinski on 980 WCAP

Tony Archinski and Joe DiRocco joined us on 980 WCAP Saturday morning live this morning to discuss the tax override question options. Click on this post to see the link to the audio.

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Sun Editorial: One town, one override

Sun Editorial: One town, one override

EDITORIAL, Lowell Sun If Dracut’s one town, endorse joint override Dracut’s long history of struggling for sufficient funds to run the municipal and school side of government could be described as this town’s version of death — and dare we say — taxes. It’s the only thing residents can count on. That, and the continuing crusade…

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School Candidates on 980 WCAP SML

School Candidates on 980 WCAP SML

Candidates Allison Volpe, Betsy Murphy and Tim Woods joined us on 980 WCAP Saturday morning live this morning to discuss school department issues, and their campaigns for school committee.

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