Thursday, December 27, 2012

"I made a commitment to serve the town"

The question on whether Jeff Roy would continue on the Town Council once he is sworn in for the 10th Norfolk seat has been answered. He will remain to serve in both positions at least to finish out his Town Council term. The Council term expires in November 2013.
A resignation from Roy would have triggered a special election. 
"I think it will give me greater insight into what the community needs," he said, adding that he intends to develop an equally close relationship with officials in Medway, the other town in the 10th Norfolk District. 
Council Chairman Robert Vallee said Wednesday that Roy made the right decision because "having a new election would cost the town money, and there’s no need for it." 
"(Roy) can bring the problems that we might have locally to the House," Vallee said. "It’s a plus-plus."

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