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Chenier: Town must 'follow through with oversight'


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George Chenier (click for larger version)
June 12, 2009
SOUTHBRIDGE — George Chenier is hoping the third time in a year is the charm.

The lifelong resident and longtime participant in town affairs hopes his experience is enough to get him elected to the Town Council June 30. He faces off against incumbents Laurent McDonald and David Livengood; fellow prior candidates Rinaldo Bernardone and Ron Proulx; and newcomers Stephanie DeMartino, Hector Delgado, Dennis Martinek and Denise Clemence. The third incumbent whose seat is up this year, Robert King, bowed out of the race May 29.

"Southbridge is a great place; it really is," Chenier said. "It has so much to offer. If we can get past the scare-mongols, we can work together. It's time for this town to put personal issues aside, work as a group, and we can move things forward."

See Friday's Southbridge Evening News for complete coverage.

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Janines Frostee
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