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Election 2022: Kelly congratulates fellow Scotts Mills candidates

In the Oct. 15 issue of Our Town, the article entitled “Incumbents re-elected to Scotts Mills” should have included the following statement from candidate Shawna Kelly, which was received after the article was submitted for publication.

“First, I would like to thank everyone that voted,” said Kelly. “Regardless of if I was the recipient of their vote or not. To my fellow running mates, I congratulate them and know that they will all continue to do a great job for Scotts Mills! I will continue to be an active member of the community and look forward to meeting more of my neighbors and participating in town events.”

The article also misspelled Kelly’s last name. Our Town regrets the error.

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