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Two draw papers for selectmen’s race

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Leilani Dalpe and John Knowlton have drawn nomination papers for the two selectmen’s races in the April 6 annual town election. Selectmen Steven Spataro and Alfred Rullo, whose terms are to expire, announced a few weeks ago they didn’t plan to run again. Dalpe serves on the Finance Committee, and Knowlton is a member of the Republican Town Committee, Board of Library Trustees, and Emergency Medical Services Committee. Gas and Electric Commissioner Thomas Murphy has drawn his papers for re-election to that panel. And Judith Bigelow-Costa has pulled papers to fill a one-year unexpired term on the Park Commission. Candidates have until Feb. 14 to pick up nomination papers in the Town Clerk’s office. They must be filed with the Board of Voter Registrars by Feb. 19.  

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