County Commissioner Ron Beaty Endorses Marc Finneran for Falmouth Selectman

Finneran "will quickly and proficiently" help to resolve important issues...
Falmouth Selectman candidate Marc Finneran has earned the endorsement of County Commissioner Ron Beaty (Campaign photo)

Barnstable County Commissioner Ron Beaty today publicly announced his formal endorsement of Marc Finneran as a candidate in the non-partisan race for Town of Falmouth Selectman. 

Beaty said, " On May 15, 2018, voters in the Town of Falmouth will have the opportunity to bring a new and dynamically positive direction to their municipal government." 

Beaty elaborated, "It is with much enthusiasm that I am officially endorsing and publicly supporting the candidacy of long-time Falmouth community activist, and my friend,  MARC FINNERAN, for Falmouth Selectman." 

Beaty continued, "In addition to his substantial experience as a Falmouth area community activist, Marc Finneran has diligently attended and participated in Board of Selectmen’s meetings for over 11 years.  He is a long-time elected Town Meeting member, and an appointed member of the Solid Waste Advisory Committee."  

Beaty stated, "When elected Selectman, Falmouth voters will be pleased to discover that Marc Finneran will quickly and proficiently begin to help resolve important issues like affordable housing, realigning fiscal priorities, reducing and eradicating finacial waste, fraud and abuse, as well as addressing town infrastructure and water quality needs among the respective matters that require attention." 


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