Nancy Talbot running for reelection for the tax collector position to hold four hour seminar at the senior center.If re-elected, Nancy Talbot will show her gratitude for the voters trust by conducting a four hour seminar at the Senior Citizen Center.
The seminar is planned for Wednesday June 16, 2010, from 2 p.m. until 6 p.m. The date was chosen to honor Earl Johnson’s birthday, Earl is a close friend of her. Earl will assist Nancy in answering tricky questions if his health will allow him to attend.
Nancy Talbot was accused by a resident of Holland to have been involved in a questionable land-deal.
In a recent interview with Christopher Tanguay from the Southbridge Evening News, Nancy realized that there are some lingering questions in the community stemming from the incident and decided to be proactive and root-out all suspicions. “The land my son purchased was not in tax title,” Nancy said to Tanguay and further stated, “Not only was it not in tax title, it was not even delinquent and it wasn’t going into tax title.”
Actions are louder than words; To clear her name once and for all, she will have the opportunity to show (and teach others) how her son was able to buy the building lot at the peak of the real estate boom for only $100!
The conveyance recorded in book 17,317 on page 311, carrying the number 35,509 took place on May 29, 2008. Deric’s deed is recorded at the Registry of Deeds on 50 State Street in Springfield in book 17317, page 311. To view the deed, click here!
Once Nancy is reelected I will ask her and Earl whether they are interested and will then organize the seminar. Place will be limited, please reserve your space by emailing me, thanks!
I hope she and her mentor are as thrilled as I am, I can’t wait...
Read also:Holland Blog filed complaint with State Ethics Commission against Nancy Talbot, tax collector of Holland.
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Comments:Posted on 28 May 2010, 17:24 by Holland voter
Lynne Arnold breaking the rules
I Know this will be deleted because it is not negative towards Nancy Talbot, Earl Johnson or Brian Johnson.So how is it that Lynne Arnold can hang all her political signs on phone polls that's a no no.maybe she should take them down or buy stands like everyone else.
Posted on 30 May 2010, 9:41 by observer
Whats the matter Holland Voter?? I'm betting you're just pissed because you couldn't pull her signs down as EZ as you did the Carling signs.
Posted on 30 May 2010, 10:23 by Arnold and Frei
observer pissed because she does wrong
No observer i dont care who wins just as long as they do a good job.But i do know who runs this blog and when his colt screws up and does wrong its not on the blog.Just to let you know signs dont win elections.
Posted on 30 May 2010, 11:31 by Peter Frei
There are the brave who sign comments with their real name, there are the wimps who sign their comments with an alias, there are the apathetic who don't comment as they don't seem to have an opinion, there are the ones who want to spread their lies on this blog even so this blog is meant to inform about their lies, and then there are the jerks who pretend to be someone else like the previous commenter "Arnold and Frei."
Who is going to make it in this race is not important, this race is reduced to the question who the lesser evil is and, despite all the bad things we know about Nancy Talbot, she would be the lesser evil in my opinion (hard to believe isn't it?).
For starters, to win this race, Lynn Arnold is breaking the law, the law she is the custodian of. Zoning bylaw sub-section 7.11 unambiguously forbids any signs to be placed on utility poles, paragraph c. provides:
"No sign shall be placed on or project over property or be placed on utility poles which are located on town property."
Posted on 14 Jun 2010, 16:38 by Peter Frei
The seminar that was announced for this coming Wednesday had to be cancelled for lack of interest. So far nobody made a reservation.