Friday, March 10, 2017

Caron wins by 3 votes


Town Clerk Barbara Courchesne said Wednesday that Edward Caron (right) was the winner of a two-way race for a seat on the Springfield School Board but only by a hair thin margin over challenger Troy Palmer (left).


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  1. Yeah rah! He is the man with the plan! Turn off the lights, heat, and batten the windows and doors at Park Street! Help support the needy landlords in town with a new major tenant. This is the type of economic stimulus we need. Those wrestlers can now do wrestling demonstrations in the streets to toughen them up at practice. Finally, we have some forward thinking School Board members willing to follow strategic planning to intentionally create large vacant buildings. I was just sayin to the missus the other night, that Park Street School would make a wonderful place to house all those ex-cons coming out of the prison and the poor addicts that can't find housing. Wonderful plan! Go get em Ed Caron!

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