See What the Candidates for District Town Councilors Had to Say on a Range of Issues Facing Watertown

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Thursday night, the six candidates running in contested races for District Councilor answered a variety of questions during the Candidate Forum co-hosted by Watertown News and Watertown Cable Access TV.

On Nov. 2, voters will vote for their local councilor in District A (East Watertown), District B (East of Watertown Square and South of the Charles River) and District D (West Watertown). District C has only one candidate.

The six hopefuls shared their views on the top issue for their district, what qualities they want in the new Town Manager, increasing street trees and funding of the Watertown Police Department.

The forum can be seen on the WCA-TV website here: http://vodwcatv.org/CablecastPublicSite/show/1208?channel=1

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In previous weeks, forums were held for the Councilor At-Large candidates and the School Committee.

Watch the Councilor At-Large Forum here: http://vodwcatv.org/CablecastPublicSite/show/1205?channel=1

See the School Committee replay by clicking here: vodwcatv.org/CablecastPublicSite/show/1267?channel=1

For more on the candidates, watch Watertown Cable host Bob Kaprielian’s Presenting the Candidates. He interviewed all 25 candidates running in 2021, including the Town Council, School Committee and Library Trustees. His interviews are available to view on the Watertown Cable website, and can be seen on the WCA-TV website by clicking here.

One thought on “See What the Candidates for District Town Councilors Had to Say on a Range of Issues Facing Watertown

  1. What a terrific civil conversation. Each candidate is impressive and Watertown will be in excellent hands no matter the outcome of the election. Be an active part of Watertown’s future. Vote!
    Thanks for holding this forum.

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