To The Daily Sun,
Rosemary Landry, Selectboard candidate, is a proactive individual. She cares enough about people living in Meredith to faithfully attend nearly all Selectboard and Planning Board meetings, study proposed government changes, and actively videotape each meeting for future reference. When events occur that Meredith residents should know about, she springs into action by circulating information through letters to the editor and/or petitions, demonstrating a wonderfully unique communication style.
The trait that sets Rosemary Landry apart from all others who are running for a position on the Meredith Selectboard is that she, for many years, has regularly attended meetings in our town, and also at the Belknap County level. She even goes to other municipalities and the Statehouse in Concord to familiarize herself with issues affecting New Hampshire. She has more energy than the Energizer Bunny, and has a desire to be the people's representative — all people — in following Constitutional and personal rights, while doing what is best for Meredith.
Before actively campaigning for Selectboard, Rosemary Landry spent hours and hours in the cold, meeting people and educating the residents of Meredith about the 3/25 Traffic Committee's proposal to construct three ill-fated roundabouts in the middle of town. She quickly discovered that many folks did not know what she was talking about and would not have shown up at the public hearing had they not met her.
As a nurse and a paralegal, Rosemary Landry always does her research before making decisions. She pays attention to detail, crosses her T's, dots her I's, and reads the fine print. A clear case in point involves political signage. New Hampshire statutes require that all political advertising must reflect the authority and fiscal agent of each candidate. From this knowledge and respect of the law, Rosemary Landry is the only candidate running for the Meredith Selectboard to have signs which are legal in the state of New Hampshire.
Rosemary Landry's independent thinking, without a town agenda or special group bias, is exactly the breath of fresh air that Meredith needs right now on the Selectboard.
She does not waffle in the face of opposition, while showing an immense activity level in what she believes. The residents of Meredith have already, and will in the future, benefit greatly from this very active lady. Please become proactive on March 10 and cast a vote for Rosemary Landry.