, Gloucester, MA

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October 26, 2013

Letter: Whynott deserves at-large reelection

To the editor:

I am writing to say that I strongly support Bob Whynott for re-election as an at-large member of the Gloucester City Council.

His broad knowledge and perspective are invaluable in addressing the challenges facing the city over the next few years.

These challenges include infrastructure repairs, the increased costs for water and sewerage, disposition of the Fuller School, decisions on the Designated Port Area, a practical solution for use of the I-4, C-2 parcel, building of the commercial and industrial base, and protection of the fishing industry.

His experience on the Planning and Development and Budget and Finance committees allows him to see all sides of the issues.

As a former business associate of Bob, I continue to be impressed by his integrity, intellectual energy and resourcefulness as he addresses the needs of his city and its residents.


Lexington Avenue, Gloucester

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