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November 2, 2012

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All three positions are appointments by the Board of Selectmen, and continue from the date of appointment until the next town election, but appointees can run for the position at the next election as well if they would like to continue. Residents interested in either position should send a letter of interest to the Board of Selectmen, or turn it in to the selectmen’s office in Town Hall.

Anyone interested in more information can contact Chairman Jay Soucy through the Merrimac website,

Sign board for nonprofit use

The Merrimac Lions Club has announced that the Lions Club Community Service Sign Board, in front of the Merrimac police-fire station, is available to Merrimac nonprofit organizations to highlight public service events. A minimum two weeks’ notice is required. For details, write to Merrimac Lions Club, P.O. Box 5, Merrimac 01860.

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