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Lynnfield | Briefs

Dillon seeks return to school board

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Former five-term School Committee member Jim Dillon will be a candidate for one of two seats on the board included on the April 9 town election ballot. Incumbents Tim Doyle and Mike Craffey have indicated they will not seek reelection. As of last week, Dillon was the only resident who had taken out nomination papers for School Committee, and the only candidate for any office who had returned them, according to Town Clerk Amy Summers.

- David Rattigan

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