To The Daily Sun,
The election, this Tuesday, for the Gilmanton Board of Selectmen, is about the taxpayer. Let us look at your choices.
Marshall Bishop, a paid public official, this past year disposed of anyone in his way — electrician, secretary, groundskeeper, and even tried to fire a ZBA member. He will not comply with planning regulations within the town, costing taxpayers over $4,400.
I, Don Guarino, unpaid president of the Gilmanton Fourth of July Association, planner and organizer of the biggest celebration in town, missed a very important court date, (which) I can attest (was) not on purpose, made an admitted mistake with an inspection sticker and paid society, costing the taxpayers, nothing, zero.
Marshall Bishop at the candidates' night made no proposals to save taxpayers money. I, Don Guarino, at candidates night made three proposals to save taxpayers money. A proposal to bid the bridges on Stage Road separately, to allow smaller bonded contractors the opportunity to bid. This is a real opportunity to save money. Another proposal to make recycling easier; taking anything out of the compactor results in immediate savings. A proposal for a large fundraising event for the Gilmanton Year-Round Library.
Please support me Tuesday with your vote.
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