BURLINGTON, MA — The Burlington Town Election is so far still scheduled for April 4, despite the coronavirus outbreak. Even if it ends up delayed, residents can still familiarize themselves now with the candidates. The one competitive race is for the School Committee, where four candidates are competing for two seats. The four candidates, Adam Senesi, Stephen Nelson, Katherine Bond and Carl Foss, joined local press and Reading Town Moderator Alan Foulds to debate the issues facing the town. BCAT’s Rich Hosford was joined on the press panel by Burlington Patch editor Christopher Huffaker and the Burlington Union’s Melissa Russell. Previously on Patch: Over 50 File To Run In Burlington Annual Town Election Burlington Profiles: 4 Candidates For 2 School Committee Seats Candidate Profile: Stephen Nelson For School CommitteeCandidate Profile: Katherine Bond For School CommitteeCandidate Profile: Carl Foss For School CommitteeCandidate Profile: Adam Senesi For School Committee Christopher Huffaker can be reached at 412-265-8353 or [email protected]
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