Live Chat: Lunch With ... Selectman Doug Sears

Log on and join the conversation as Selectman Doug Sears answers questions from Tewksbury Patch readers.

In our latest edition of "Lunch With ...", we are pleased to welcome Doug Sears.

Selectman, pastor, collector of classic cars, candidate for state representative -- Sears is many things but boring is not one.

Most folks know Sears for asking tough questions of people who appear before the Board of Selectman. But today, he will be on the hot seat, answering questions from our readers.

Kathleen Brothers May 02, 2012 at 05:42 PM
I think this was the best Q & A yet, Bill. Thanks.
Don Ordway May 04, 2012 at 11:59 PM
Bill great interview as usual. I don't know if it is proper to say good words about a friend, however, that has never stopped me before. We are on the wrong path on Beacon Hill. The bridge is no longer in place and we need to find different solutions if we hope to avoid a very painful drawn out recovery. We need new ideas. I was impressed with Selectman Sears sincerity during your interview and pleased to see that Selectman Sears actually answered the questions being asked. It is always clear that he does his homework on every subject. The other reason is because he loves this community and wants the best for it. Sears does not run from tough questions and has been a long time friend to many of the locals in the valley. His background has kept him in close contact with the people that he will be working with and people he will be working for. Doug Sears integrity is an asset to any carreer. Hopefully others will follow his leadership. Doug Sears opponent has served the community well for many years. I have voted for him many times and never regretted a single vote, however, it may be time for a new path that will create jobs, restore the economy and get the House on the Hill back in order once again. Like Dougs bumper sticker states (paraprase); vote in the November Election, this time THINK. Thanks again Tewksbury Patch for keeping the voters informed. "You can lead them to the ballot box, but you can't make them think or listen.


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