Updates


A Letter to the Community from Anne Landry

February 4th, 2019

“I’m seeking a seat on the Select Board and am looking forward to connecting with as many of you as possible in the two months that remain until our April 2nd local election. I pledge to listen to all members of the Reading community – a promise that begins with this campaign and will continue throughout my service on the Board.

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Anne Landry Announces Her Intention to Run for the Reading Select Board

The Reading Post — November 19, 2018

"I've been deeply saddened and troubled by the acts of hate we've seen since May 2017, though also encouraged by the collaboration I've recently witnessed among town and community leaders to address them. I'm eager to work with the Anti-Defamation League, Reading Embraces Diversity, and our school and town leaders to be part of an effective community response that keeps kids safe, communicates solidarity with groups and communities targeted within our community, and discourages acts of hate. Encouraging a welcoming and inclusive community will be a high priority for me as a Select Board member and resident.”

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Anne Landry’s Campaign Kick-Off Event Friday

Feburary 3th, 2019

Anne Landry will kick off her campaign for the Reading Select Board this Friday. Please join us for the celebration at RCTV Studios on Main Street in Reading from 7-9 p.m.

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Anne Landry Will Run For the Reading Select Board

Patch — November 19, 2018

"While knocking on the doors of thousands of my neighbors in Reading this summer during the course of my campaign for state representative, it was clear that many of the concerns weighing on the minds of my neighbors fall – at least in part – within the jurisdiction of local government," Landry said. "The cost of living, real estate taxes, traffic, development, what to do about empty storefronts in town, and the adequacy of funding for our public schools. As a Reading Select Board member, I would have an opportunity to work on these issues in response to my neighbors' concerns."

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