Political Statements-Little Compton
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Small-town government depends on the involvement and participation of its citizens. For too long, the Little Compton Town Council has kept residents in the dark about council business. The current … more
We are all aware Little Compton has a substantial senior population as well as many summer residents who live out of state. These taxpayers in particular are not properly served by current video … more
My name is Jeremy Allen and I am running for Little Compton Town Council. I have been a business owner in Little Compton for over 20 years, and know the process for filling empty positions within an … more
My name is Jeremy Allen and I am running for Little Compton Town Council to better protect the environment of our town. The current Town Council has spent the past four years not making an easy … more
As a candidate for Little Compton Town Council, I join four capable town residents on the first five-person Democratic slate to challenge for these positions since 2002. Four of our five Republican … more
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