Dear Concerned Resident:
I am sure you’ve noticed that leading up to the election town officials have ramped up the volume and ferocity of their attacks on the right of residents to hold officials accountable. Tomorrow is election day and they are justifiably worried that the citizens of Chelmsford are actually going to insist on good and honest government. If Jerry Loew is elected on Tuesday, there’s a real chance that residents will no longer be able to be treated like mushrooms. (“Keep ’em in the dark and feed ’em B.S.”)
Here are current and former Planning Board officials and Selectmen who’ve contributed to Jim Lane’s campaign for the open selectman seat:
And we shouldn’t forget David MacLaughlan, chair of the Conservation Commission, who also chipped in $100.
Here’s the list of current and former Planning Board officials and Selectmen who’ve contributed to Jerry Loew’s campaign:
I can’t think of a better reason to vote for Jerry Loew, can you?
If you haven’t signed a recall petition for Susan Carter Sullivan and George Zaharoolis yet, be sure and sign the petition at the polls on Tuesday. Here are some notable quotes from public officials about the petition drive:
George Dixon: “a petty squabble”
You can easily realize from these statements by our elected officials, as well as their favored candidates, that they simply haven’t got a clue as to how Chelmsford residents feel about 9 North Road, the loss of Center Park and the recall petition effort. Their contempt for a valid recall process and those who support accountability is an affront to all residents. With your vote on election day, you can send a clear message where you feel the true “travesties” and “atrocities” lie.
There has never been such a clear choice for the direction of Chelmsford’s future. Jerry Loew is a candidate with concrete ideas for a future that is better not bigger.
Please vote thoughtfully. Thank you for all you do to support good and honest government in our community.
Yours with best wishes and hope for the future of our town,
Roland Van Liew