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A rush to judgment?

Panel examines appointment process

August 26, 2009
SOUTHBRIDGE — Since the June elections, residents have raised concerns about the process of appointing people to town boards and subcommittees.

Most recently, Michael Murray, a former School Committee candidate who put his name in for the Education and Human Services subcommittee, alleged that the process is one of "quick nomination and a rush to judgment" rather than real consideration of a candidate's skills or what he saw as the proper application process.

"My skill sets were replaced by relatives and friends," he said, speaking at the Town Council podium Monday.

See Friday's Southbridge Evening News for complete coverage of community news.

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