Wellesley Townsman–March 16, 2016
“I think the biggest takeaway from the election is that there’s still immense value that people put into their town government and their attachment to the town,” said McCauley, a former selectman, Planning Board member and chairman of the North 40 Steering Committee.
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Don McCauley–Boston Globe West February 27, 2016
Wellesley resident, former member of the Board of Selectmen, the Planning Board, and the Advisory Committee
“Massachusetts permits a dizzying array of municipal structures with differing allocation of responsibilities among administrators, boards, staff, and citizens. No size fits all. There are probably 351 varieties, in a state with that many cities and towns. The task is to use the alternatives to make improvements and maintain strengths”.
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