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Kinney and Bladon win in close races at Town Election

Wayland Town Crier 5/12/10: Kinney and Bladon win in close races at Town Election. Wayland’s local election brought out close races on Tuesday, with Shawn Kinney winning the open School Committee seat by just 50 votes over Beth Butler. In the race for the open seat on the Board of Selectmen, John Bladon defeated Don Bustin by a vote of 1,320 to 1,161.

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