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I hope you'll allow me to help guide Moultonborough into the future

To The Daily Sun,
I am running for one of two openings on Moultonborough's Planning Board and would greatly appreciate your vote on March 8.
While I have only been an official resident for the last few years, I have seen the changes to our town as I have had the great pleasure of spending summers here since 1947 (started vacationing here as an infant). As I worked, my wife and I brought our children here to visit their grandparents and now we bring our grandkids here to visit us.
I worked in the electrical industry as a sales rep., and in later year as a professional consultant working to have my companies products specified on projects. I have learned to read the drawings, specifications and plans that will come before me as a member of the Planning Board. I have been an alternate on the board for the last several months, gaining experience.
The changes to our town have been many and we face more. I hope you will vote to allow me to guide our town in the future.
Allen Hoch

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Help ensure quality education for all Gilford students on March 8

To The Daily Sun,

As a candidate for the Gilford School Board, I am running to retain the seat I have held for the past two years. During that time I have come to know how, working together, a team of an experienced school board, a superintendent who sets high standards and highly qualified professional teachers and administrators have created a 21st Century educational system second to none. I wish to remain part of this team to help ensure that now and into the future Gilford students will benefit from what has and will continue to be accomplished.

I believe that my Masters degree in Education along with my background as a teacher, former three-term member of the Laconia School Board and my last two years' experience in Gilford provide the me with the knowledge and insight to be a productive member of the Gilford School Board. If elected I will continue to work for what I believe to be best for our students and community.
I ask for your vote on March 8 to help ensure quality education for all Gilford students.
Jack Landow


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