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2010 Election Belfast City Council Ward 5
  • Published
    October 20, 2010

    Arrison offers collaboration, consensus from Ward 5

    For John Arrison, who, during his 16 years in Belfast, has served on the city's Harbor Committee, worked for St. Margaret's Church, helped families research genealogy at the Penobscot Marine Museum, volunteered at a Belfast food pantry and the Game Loft after school program, co-founded the community rowing program Come Boating! and recently signed on to the board of Habitat for Humanity, his decision to seek the ...

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    October 20, 2010

    Hamilton sees Ward 5 issues citywide

    Nancy Hamilton was inspired to run for the Ward 5 seat on the City Council after a series of meetings last spring at which residents and councilors debated a proposal for the city to buy a downtown building and convert it into a multi-purpose event center. She had nothing against an event center, but felt the project should be privately funded. She was also dubious about the business plan put forward by ...

  • Published
    October 20, 2010

    Hamilton and Arrison face off in Council Ward 5

    Three out of five seats on the Belfast City Council are up for grabs this election season. In Ward 5, two political newcomers, Nancy Hamilton and John Arrison, are competing for the seat currently held by Lewis Baker, who is seeking a seat in the state Legislature. To read interviews with Nancy Hamilton and John Arrison click on the links below.

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