Three seek to be Seabrook Town Clerk

Mar 3, 2011 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: NewburyportNews.com, Newburyport, MA

On Tuesday, March 8, voters will select the person to run the town clerk's office for the next three years.

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CHUBBY DICK

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WOW, I like Bons way of charging town folks more money so's they can have more to play with?May as well call this Nottingham,take from the poor and give to the rich.I just dont think the people want to hear that. most people,non town workers have it a little harder in the world.Tell people you can find some hidden costs for them not a good idea if your on the paying end!!!!!!!!!!
her we go again

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No need to attack Bonnie, again. If you want more hours in the town clerk's office or want fees reduced, vote for Max. If you're okay with the way things are, vote for Bonnie. If you like Sonya, that's fine, too--just be sure to spell her full name correctly and circle the oval afterward. If your thing is who's going to win the horse race, well obviously Max and Bonnie are going to get the most votes because they're names are on the ballot.
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Exeter, NH

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Mar 6, 2011
 
Of the three running I think that max is the smartest of the bunch. He hasn't worked in a clerk's office but seems to know more than the other guys. Give him some time on the job and I'll bet he's the best clerk we've had. No question that he works at least. Look at his regular job.

Since: Feb 10

Exeter, NH

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Mar 7, 2011
 
For the record, I sent this letter to the editor of the Hampton Union, and they have yet to publish it (no doubt inundated with letters supporting or opposing other candidates):

Shortly after putting my name in the hat for the office of Town Clerk, I was upset to see the very public criticism being leveled at our distinguished town clerk, Bonnie Lou Fowler. Bonnie is known and respected by all as a wonderful lady who has nothing but compliments for everyone in town. It is certainly not her fault that she was ill for so long, as I, for one, am glad that she is recovering and back in the office she's worked in for almost 35 years (if she's even 35 years old!). She has done her bit for king and country. It speaks well of
her that the staff she employs has been able to soldier on in spite of everything, and I would especially like to thank Cheryl and Edith, who have gone above and beyond to help out the town under tough conditions.

Sonya Brown Batchelder is an incredibly intelligent woman who worked effectively as town clerk in Kensington for five years, and is running a strong write-in campaign for the office. Sonya is a very beautiful woman who is remembered by all as a good person with a strong work
ethic. She is well known and widely respected, and was only forced to leave her job when she moved to Seabrook, a decision that can only be viewed as undeniable proof of her solid judgment. She is very much on top of all of the new software, computer maps, and mandates coming down from the State. Criticism of her personal life is also, in my
opinion, totally inappropriate, if any of it is even true.

I put my own name in for Town Clerk simply because I want to cut costs and see an extra evening added for residents to come to Town Hall and get business done, and am grateful to everyone who is supporting my campaign. Yet both Bonnie and Sonya are wonderful people, and the town of Seabrook would be just as lucky to have either one of them running that office. I hope to see everyone at the polls on Tuesday, March 8th, and thanks to all of the good people who signed up for office, this year.
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Wonder if she will work or take a 3 year vacation? right
Done that

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In the real world of Seabrook employees, she should get paid administrative leave pay for being sick, others get it for being drunk, just saying. It's just not fair. Is it because she is a female? Just saying again.
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Jun 16, 2012
 
Max Abramson wrote:
For the record, I sent this letter to the editor of the Hampton Union, and they have yet to publish it (no doubt inundated with letters supporting or opposing other candidates):

Shortly after putting my name in the hat for the office of Town Clerk, I was upset to see the very public criticism being leveled at our distinguished town clerk, Bonnie Lou Fowler. Bonnie is known and respected by all as a wonderful lady who has nothing but compliments for everyone in town. It is certainly not her fault that she was ill for so long, as I, for one, am glad that she is recovering and back in the office she's worked in for almost 35 years (if she's even 35 years old!). She has done her bit for king and country. It speaks well of
her that the staff she employs has been able to soldier on in spite of everything, and I would especially like to thank Cheryl and Edith, who have gone above and beyond to help out the town under tough conditions.

Sonya Brown Batchelder is an incredibly intelligent woman who worked effectively as town clerk in Kensington for five years, and is running a strong write-in campaign for the office. Sonya is a very beautiful woman who is remembered by all as a good person with a strong work
ethic. She is well known and widely respected, and was only forced to leave her job when she moved to Seabrook, a decision that can only be viewed as undeniable proof of her solid judgment. She is very much on top of all of the new software, computer maps, and mandates coming down from the State. Criticism of her personal life is also, in my
opinion, totally inappropriate, if any of it is even true.

I put my own name in for Town Clerk simply because I want to cut costs and see an extra evening added for residents to come to Town Hall and get business done, and am grateful to everyone who is supporting my campaign. Yet both Bonnie and Sonya are wonderful people, and the town of Seabrook would be just as lucky to have either one of them running that office. I hope to see everyone at the polls on Tuesday, March 8th, and thanks to all of the good people who signed up for office, this year.
shut up max for once!
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Done that wrote:
In the real world of Seabrook employees, she should get paid administrative leave pay for being sick, others get it for being drunk, just saying. It's just not fair. Is it because she is a female? Just saying again.
you need a complete recall of town admistrators
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Jul 21, 2012
 
I think if Sonya ran again she would win. People are finally seeing what is going on and more to come.

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