River Valley candidates forum set Oct. 19

RUMFORD — A Candidates Night will be held from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, at Mountain Valley High School's Muskie Auditorium.

River Valley and Oxford County candidates running for public office will be attending, according to organizers. A set of prepared questions on jobs, tax relief, education, health and welfare will be asked.

The event is open to the public and is being hosted by the River Valley Chamber of Commerce, the Rumford Rotary, public access television, WVAC TV7 and Bangor Savings Bank.

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Waisted time

Who would waist their time going to hear the candidates and their empty promises.
No matter who is elected, within 6 months we will be wishing they were out of office already, and yes I will still be voting, but I hope some day in the future we will get some quality candidates to vote for.

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First 5 Minutes

The selectmen met last night with a full agenda. Unfortunately, the only stories worth writing about came from the first five minutes of the meeting. I have encouraged the town manager and selectmen to develop a plan and goals for moving forward and achieving more to improve our town, but they have not decided to do so. :(


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