Tuesday, May 7, 2013
Former Foxborough selectman Lynda Walsh writes in to thank those in the community who supported her during her six years of service on the board.
Dear editor, I’ve been overwhelmed with phone calls, cards, and emails from folks thanking me for my past service. I’d just like to publicly thank all who have supported me for the past six years as your selectman. I’ve truly enjoyed this experience and have learned so much. I thank all the town employees and their department heads, as well as all the town committee members for answering my calls and questions, the town is fortunate to have each of you. To my committee, Chris and Paula Mitchell, Deb Stewart, Paul Lanza, Mark and Sandy Emery, and Kris Long … thank you so much for everything. We ran a good campaign, one to be proud of, each of you did what you could, and I will always remember our weekly campaign meetings. Thanks to my …
Friday, April 26, 2013
Foxborough selectman Lynda Walsh writes in to set the record straight regarding a letter to the editor published in Thursday's Foxboro Reporter.
Friday, April 26
Dear editor, I take strong exception to Arthur Georgantas’ letter in the Foxboro Reporter and the timing of this letter, stating that I had voted on the casino issue. This is an irresponsible statement, inaccurate in every way, and designed in the twilight of an election to mislead voters. The letter plays to efforts to misinform and manipulate an election. Political games like this do not belong here, that’s not the Foxboro I grew up in. For the record again, I never voted in favor of the casino, I voted for the process to hear the information. I’m glad the issue is behind the Town of Foxboro. I’ve said this publicly, and I’m emphatically stating it again. I sought during the casino debate to seek a fair and open discussion for the 17,…
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Selectman Lynda Walsh says she is running for reelection this spring because she is committed to what is best for the town and hopes to help grow a strong downtown while facilitating change.
Friends have told selectman Lynda Walsh that she “bleeds blue and gold” because of her love for Foxborough and dedication to representing her neighbors at Town Hall. “I have been honored and proud to serve my community to help us continue and grow as a place where people come and stay to raise their children,” said Walsh. “I have been blessed in meeting so many wonderful residents and business owners who feel comfortable speaking to me where it be for praising our decision or making their feelings known why they were not happy with my/our decision on an issue.” Walsh agrees that she bleeds the town's colors because she relates to fellow residents and is committed to doing what is best for the town. “I am someone who has to pay those taxes…