Letter: Bernard for Mayor

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To the Editor:

I've had the honor of serving the city of North Adams for four years on the City Council. This experience has afforded me the opportunity to not only understand the intricacies of how the city functions but also the needs and wants of its citizens as well. Tom Bernard has a deep understanding of not only how to administratively run a city but he has the pulse on the people of North Adams as well.

Tom is interested in what people have to say about North Adams. He is committed to ensuring the fine people of North Adams feel safe walking the streets and that all public safety departments work as one cohesive unit. He has been clear that education also ranks as a top priority.

Tom will work hand in hand not only with council members but businesses and citizens alike. On Nov. 7, I urge you to vote for Tom Bernard, a mayor to lead the City of North Adams forward.

Joshua Moran
North Adams, Mass.

 

 

 


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