Join the Squantum Community Association on March 23 to meet the candidates running for the Ward 6 seat on the Quincy City Council. Come meet our five neighbors interested in serving our community. At this informal gathering (not a debate) each candidate will share their thoughts in an opening statement and residents will be invited to pose questions. Please also consider sending your questions for the candidates to the SCA in advance and we will pose them to the candidates on your behalf.
Wednesday, March 23, 2016 at 7 pm
First Church of Squantum (lower level)
164 Bellevue Rd, Squantum, MA (map)
Refreshments will be served.
About the special election
The council seat in Ward 6, which covers Squantum, Marina Bay, and parts of North Quincy, is open following the death of Brian McNamee in December. A special preliminary election is scheduled to take place on Tuesday, April 5, which will be followed by the special election on Tuesday, May 3.
For more information about this event, email or call Louise Grabowski at 617-851-1673.
All five candidates running in the special election for the Ward 6 city council seat are planning to attend:
- William Harris of Ashworth Road (QATV interview 2/10)
- Nathan Knowles of Ocean Street (Knowles on Facebook, QATV interview 3/8)
- Kevin Mock of Alstead Street (Mock website, Facebook)
- Brian Radell of Standish Road (Radell website, Facebook, QATV interview 2/23)
- Herbert “Alie” Shaughnessy of Essex Street (Shaughnessy website, Facebook, QATV interview 2/25)
Candidates set for Ward 6 special election in Quincy. Patriot Ledger, February 16, 2016
About the Squantum Community Association
The Squantum Community Association provides programming that fosters conversation and community with a focus on topics of interest to the Squantum and Quincy communities, highlighting local talent and history.
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