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James N. Allam

Chairman

Woonsocket Cat Sanctuary

HQ Phone:  (401) 762-6400

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Woonsocket Cat Sanctuary

169 Main Street

Woonsocket, Rhode Island,02895

United States

Company Description

Woonsocket, RI was the first, established in 1888. The other, Woonsocket, SD, was named by its superintendent of railroads who had originally come from Woonsocket, RI. The first inhabitants of what is today the city of Woonsocket were Eastland woodland India... more

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Board of Canvassers | City of Woonsocket RI

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James N. Allam
Chairman


www.pawtuckettimes.com

"This should never see the light of day," an angry James Allam, chairman of the Woonsocket Board of Canvassers, said.
"Reasonable people would not pursue that." "It wouldn't affect the Board of Canvassers, it would affect the finances of the city," Allam continued. "We don't have money in the budget to pay the (state) anything for our elections. This is just a way of passing the buck onto communities, indirectly increasing local tax rates." He said the state should have asked communities to explore the idea of even-year elections instead of simply moving to pass on the costs.


www.woonsocketcall.com

"This should never see the light of day," an angry James Allam, chairman of the Woonsocket Board of Canvassers, said.
"Reasonable people would not pursue that." "It wouldn't affect the Board of Canvassers, it would affect the finances of the city," Allam continued. "We don't have money in the budget to pay the (state) anything for our elections. This is just a way of passing the buck onto communities, indirectly increasing local tax rates." He said the state should have asked communities to explore the idea of even-year elections instead of simply moving to pass on the costs. It wouldn't affect the Board of Canvassers, it would affect the finances of the city," Allam continued.


Arab American Roster | The Arab American Institute

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James N. Allam, Chairman, Board of Canvassers and Elections, Woonsocket


www.woonsocketcall.com

Board of Canvassers Chairman James N. Allam, himself a former city councilman, said the results of the primary may not change significantly for candidates at the very top of Tuesday's poll but there is still plenty of opportunity for those in lower showings to campaign their way upwards.
Few of the candidates had campaigned heavily before the primary and that may well change now that the election ballot is set, according to Allam. "Once they go out and talk to people and tell them what their outlook is, they might change people's minds into voting for them," Allam said. There is also the possibly of a greater election turnout on Nov. 8 and that could change the standings as well, he noted. "You could see a lot more people because you are bringing the School Committee candidates into the November election," he said.


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