Letter to the Editor: Southbridge Town Councilor David Adams Regarding Tuesday’s Ballot Initiative

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The Citizen Chronicle asked Southbridge Town Councilors to weigh in on the adult use marijuana ballot initiative which will be voted on by citizens on Tuesday, June 11. Below is a response from Councilor Adams. Dear Editor and Residents of Southbridge, Regardless if you are a user or not there […]

“Lame Duck” Council may vote on San Angelo contract

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Manager to boycott executive session meeting By Citizen Chronicle Writers editor@TheCitizenChronicle.com SOUTHBRIDGE — Historically, the outgoing Town Council sat on its hands between election day and the seating of the next Town Council. This June has been different, and it has led to consternation over the future of the town […]

Southbridge Town Council Candiates Debate Local Issues

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Ten candidates for town council and one unopposed candidate for School Committee presented their views to Southbridge voters at town hall May 31. The “round-robin” style event was co-organized by the Southbridge Republican and Democratic town committees. Bob Chernisky introduced the event by commenting on the cooperative activities of the […]

Southbridge Town Council Candidate: David Adams

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David Adams Candidate for three-year term on the Southbridge Town Council Southbridge Town Council candidate David Adams, 48, retired as a U.S. Marine in 2013 and is currently a part-time history and computer teacher at Trinity Catholic Academy in Southbridge. Mr. Adams is a self-described moderate Republican who successfully ran […]

Forklift payment dredges up charter debate

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Southbridge officials want clarity from Town Council By Shaun Moriarty Citizen Chronicle Writer shaun@thecitizenchronicle.com SOUTHBRIDGE — A contentious two-and-a-half-hour meeting this week featured finger-pointing, three town councilors leaving part way through discussions, and department heads unsure what fund-transfer procedures to follow going forward. The Town Council’s Department of Public Works […]