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Letter to the editor: Accolades for Juliana West

May 17th, 2015

To the Editor: What a beautiful story of Juliana West on the front page of your paper (April 24, 2015 issue of the Community Advocate.) This gal is outstanding and I know for sure she will go far in life.  Please do some follow-ups on her and what she is doing.  Hopefully she will do [...]

Viewpoint – Phi Beta “Average” of high school

March 27th, 2015

Dear Phi Beta “Average” of High School – Seniors are busy writing scholarship essays and I know why they are having such a hard time….they need greens and blues for motivation and all they see is the white of snow. However long it will take – the snow will melt, spring will come, and the [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch ‘has years of hands-on experience’

March 17th, 2015

To the Editor: Jason Palitsch, candidate for state representative for Shrewsbury and Westborough, is the only candidate who has years of hands-on experience getting things done in the statehouse. As an aide for our Senator Mike Moore, he has drafted legislation; gotten co-sponsors; and, indeed, has seen, experienced and participated in the legislative process. He [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch will ‘hit the ground running’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: In 2008, I worked with Jason Palitsch on an election campaign. I was very impressed by his work ethic, attention to detail, consideration of all the facts and what an extraordinary young man he is. I told him that when he was ready to run for public office that I would support [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch exhibits ‘exceptional leadership’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: Throughout his professional career at Veteran’s Inc., and while serving on the Shrewsbury School Committee, Jason Palitsch has exhibited exceptional leadership when it comes to advocating for excellence, problem solving, achieving consensus and helping people and organizations move forward to better places. He gets it! Jason connects with people. He is an [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch ‘best advocate for the district’s needs’

March 16th, 2015

To The Editor, Jason Palitsch is the best candidate for State Representative. His three years on the Shrewsbury School Committee, his three years as a legislative aide at the Statehouse and his work at Veterans, Inc. have provided him with the insight and experience to best advocate for the district’s needs. He has the passion, [...]

Letter to Editor: Palitsch ‘will move our education and economy forward’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: In Shrewsbury and Westborough, we traditionally have talented candidates for public office.  In the current race for State Representative, we are fortunate to have two individuals who share a strong commitment to our communities. Having said that, I would like to endorse Jason Palitsch as the candidate that can best provide the [...]

Letter to Editor: Kane has a ‘get-it-done attitude’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: Hannah Kane’s endless energy, first-hand knowledge, practical experience, and get-it-done attitude are just what we need to represent the interests of Shrewsbury and Westborough on Beacon Hill.  She works hard to understand all sides of an issue and to bring people together to get results.  Hannah has demonstrated that she is an [...]

Letter to Editor: Kane is ‘results-driven’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: Articulate. Intelligent. Compassionate. Results-Driven. This is how I describe Hannah. Seatbelts are required when working with Hannah – and be prepared for stellar results – whether it’s representing the people of her community, the school system or the less fortunate.  I first met Hannah through my work with the Shrewsbury Housing Authority [...]

Letter to Editor: Kane has a ‘proven can-do problem solving approach’

March 16th, 2015

To the Editor: We enthusiastically support Hannah Kane’s candidacy for election on March 31st as State Representative for Shrewsbury and Westborough’s Precincts Four and Five. As both a small business owner and a government official, Hannah knows first-hand the crushing effects of government mandates on all elements of municipal government, including critical education and public [...]

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