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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

Move Lowell Forward Open Meeting

The board of the local Political Action Committee (PAC), Move Lowell Forward, is having an open meeting this June.  Everyone, regardless of political persuasion or opinion is invited to attend.

The meeting will be on Monday, June 14th, at 7:00 PM, in the meeting room of the Pollard Memorial Library (downstairs).  Since the Library closes at 9:30, the meeting will not run on for ever.

As part of our meeting we will provide a short overview of who we are and what we hope to achieve in the long run.  In a nutshell, we hope to see professional government providing professional services to the Citizens of Lowell, Massachusetts.

Being a local PAC, Move Lowell Forward (MLF) is non-partisan.  That is to say, membership is not based upon political affiliation or party registration.  The chairman is a registered Republican.  The Vice-Chairman, Lynne Lupien, is a registered Democrat.  Do we agree on much about Beacon Hill or even Capital Hill, down in DC?  Not likely.  But we are united in seeking better local government, where the politics is non-partisan.  So, we avoid issue above the City level and focus on Lowell and where our locally raised money goes.

For those interested in the important question—will there be snacks, I don't yet know.  Details, including an agenda to follow.

Regards  —  Cliff

  In the interest of full disclosure, I am the chairman of Move Lowell Forward.

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