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December 15, 2015


Thanks for being there. When do we vote them out?

The woman who spoke eloquently on behalf of the Grant Neighborhood Association was Cara Kaser. She has a Master's degree in Public History and worked at one time for the State Historic Preservation Office. She is an expert on historic preservation. I'm sure if the Mayor had let her speak she would have had important new information to share about the potential for saving LeBreton Hall. That opportunity was lost. The good news is that she is running for the Salem City Council in Ward 1, the seat being vacated by Chuck Bennett, who is running for Mayor.

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