Meet Mullins every Wednesday |

Meet Mullins every Wednesday

Ann Mullins is running for mayor. She will sit on the bench across from North Face, on the Cooper Street mall, from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. every Wednesday until the March election.

Put her web link on your phone — It’s only two pages with lots of white space. It has concise lists of her professional experience and her history of civic involvement.

Read it on your way from your office to her bench. You can expect illuminating replies to many questions.

David Bentley


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