‘I love this town,’ Ms. Johnston said after the meeting. ‘It was a very hard thing for me to get up there, but the response was very heartwarming.”
You don’t think there’s any rats in town hall?’ Mr. Norton quipped. ‘We should put it to a vote,’ he said to a round of laughs and applause from voters.
‘The cruiser that’s scheduled to go out of the rotation has close to 90,000 miles on it, but it’s mechanically sound, the body is in good shape. Mainly, Skipper drives it… We all know how he drives.’
Voters will wade back into the Mill Pond debate when they confront a 43-article warrant Tuesday.