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September 4, 2013

Mayoral candidates agree to Sept. 12 forum

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Each candidate will be able to provide a summary of views at the end of the event.

Organizers say that a designee can represent a candidate on the matter of generating questions. Deb Andrews is representing Holaday and Susan Hern is representing Earls. Sullivan is representing himself.

Organizers say the forum will be over precisely at 8 p.m. so those interested can return home to watch the home opener that evening of the New England Patriots.

“We know there will be people who want to watch the game, so this will end on time,” said Wyser.

In addition to Chip Wyser, members of COD include the following: Andrews, James Brugger, David Hall, Hern, Bob Lynch, Jill Murphy, Karen Pollastrino, Doug Smith and Barbara Wyser.

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