Other candidates are: Cary Wiest, who ran unsuccessfully for a council seat in 2010; Greg Conlon, who ran on the Republican ticket against Rich Gordon for state Assembly in 2010 and who has served on several town advisory committees; and Denise Kupperman, a leader in the effort to build a new library in the park who also has been active on town committees.
Also on the November ballot will be three ballot measures asking voters if they support the council-approved plan to build a library in Holbrook-Palmer Park; if they support a proposal by the Little League to build permanent facilities in the park; and if funding for a planned new Town Center should be restricted primarily to private donations.
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