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Rosemary Landry will support what's economically feasible

To The Daily Sun,

This March, Meredith voters will chose from a host of eight candidates running for two seats on the Board of Selectmen. Many of those running have varied backgrounds, with experience in business, and public service. Some have taken the opportunity of recent, to question the validity of a roundabout in addressing year round traffic congestion. One of those candidates is Rosemary Landry, an outstanding steward for the Meredith taxpayer and business community.

I met Rosemary last year as I campaigned for one of the four seats to represent Meredith and Gilford in the Legislature. In my opinion, Rosemary will bring not not only fresh ideas to the Select­board, but of equal import, engage and support what is economically feasible for its residents and business community.

Please consider Rosemary for Select­board member.

George Hurt

Gilford/Meredith Representative


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