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March 7, 2013

Weldy for Raymond Selectman

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I have also been involved with the writing and acceptance of the easements on Raymond’s Lillian Cassier Memorial forest which includes the rights of Raymond to install wells to withdraw public water from the property should the town need the additional wells in the future. While some people are in a rush to put other town owned properties into conservation, I wish to proceed cautiously. We agreed to use it once we formulated and got approved our Expandable pooled mitigation plan which will allow us to use the land for mitigating wet lands and receiving compensation prior to placing easements on them again, thus generating revenue or value to the town

The Motollo water line project was started and completed within my first term bringing water to an area that was adversely affected by contaminated water. We had a lot of help from many people to get this project done with out any Taxpayer’s impact and I am happy that it also has the ability to possibly help promote future commercial development.

Being a Selectman encompasses time and dedication and I have served you with both conviction and compassion. We have planned and participated in so many town events such as the Memorial Day parade, the 4th of July parade, September 11th memorial, our Halloween Party, Veteran’s Day, and Wreaths Across America. We participate in all elections and attend many other events such as fundraisers, Eagle Scout Courts of Honor, wakes and funerals and numerous other events. We also serve on many other boards as Selectman’s Representative to ensure widespread communications across our entire town.

I hope to represent you for another three years so we can continue this journey as we chart through some difficult economic times. We have been a frugal town and need to continue this approach to protect our most vulnerable residents. I respectfully ask for your vote on March 12th.

Lee Weldy

Raymond

 

 

 

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