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Candidates’ night at the village

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South Meadow Village, the large mobile home park off South Meadow Road, will hold a candidates’ night in its clubhouse at 7 p.m. Thursday. Four candidates are running for two seats on the Board of Selectmen in April 28 election. Incumbents Sarah Hewins, who is also the town’s conservation administrator, and cranberry grower Jack Angley are facing challenges from John Cotter Jr. and Helen Marrone. Cotter, currently chairman of the Finance Committee, works for A.D. Makepeace Co. Marrone, a finance professional, is employed by Lending Direct Federal Credit Union. This year’s ballot also includes races for School Committee and Planning Board.

- Robert Knox

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