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Nomination papers at Town Hall

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Nomination papers are available at Town Hall for people who want to run for office in the April 9 election, according to Town Clerk Jean Kopke. The deadline for taking out papers is Feb. 15, she said. Kopke said she knew of one seat that is definitely open: School Committee Chair John Nolan has said he will not run for re-election, after 30 years on the board. Selectman Steven Rose has taken out papers to run again, she said.

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