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  • Latest Action: Feb 01, 2012 Read twice and referred to the Committee on Banking, Housing, and Urban Affairs.

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    • Fall River Bill Debated in Mass. House Could Impact Hancock ... - February 02, 2012 by Grahame Turner - S.2053, currently being debated in the Mass. House of Representatives, could impact the town's Preservation Commission's work, including Hancock Village.

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    • 5 newly-elected municipal leaders to watch - May 15, 2012 by CBC - Across the Petitcodiac River in Riverview, Ann Seamans was elected as the town’s new mayor. She garnered 3,067 votes compared to Donald Lenehan’s 2,053 votes and Mark Crandall’s 1,212 votes. While Seamans is new to the mayor’s chair, she has a long

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      As noted by CBC on May 15, 2012, "Across the Petitcodiac River in Riverview, Ann Seamans was elected as the town’s new mayor. She garnered 3,067 votes compared to Donald Lenehan’s 2,053 votes and Mark Crandall’s 1,212 votes. While Seamans is new to the mayor’s chair, she has a long" (http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2012/05/15/nb-5-new-faces-election-1030.html?cmp=rss)
    • Riverview turns to Ann Seamans as next mayor - May 14, 2012 by CBC - Seamans took 3,067 votes compared to Donald Lenehan’s 2,053 votes and Mark Crandall’s 1,212 votes. There are three new councillor-at-large. Andrew LeBlanc, Cecile Cassista and Tom Toner were all elected. The only incumbent, Martha Shaw, finished fifth.

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      As noted by CBC on May 14, 2012, "Seamans took 3,067 votes compared to Donald Lenehan’s 2,053 votes and Mark Crandall’s 1,212 votes. There are three new councillor-at-large. Andrew LeBlanc, Cecile Cassista and Tom Toner were all elected. The only incumbent, Martha Shaw, finished fifth." (http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/story/2012/05/15/nb-southeast-election-wrap.html)
    • SouthCoast lawmakers seek to exempt Freetown site from historical regs - February 21, 2012 by Herald News - A month ago the same lawmakers testified in favor of S 2053 that would exempt all parcels of land not on the state’s official historical register from Historical Commission oversight. That bill is still pending, though similar language adopted in a ...

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      As noted by Herald News on February 21, 2012, "A month ago the same lawmakers testified in favor of S 2053 that would exempt all parcels of land not on the state’s official historical register from Historical Commission oversight. That bill is still pending, though similar language adopted in a ..." (http://www.heraldnews.com/news/x1793844613/SouthCoast-lawmakers-seek-to-exempt-Freetown-site-from-historical-regs)
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