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Citizens for Limited Taxation

John M. Kahn

John M. Kahn was on the Board of Selectman for five long years. His wife told him to get off.

He voted to place the last Proposition 2 1/2 override on the ballot.

He tried to block the auction of Wallace Nutting paraphernalia.

Recently he told us a garbage fee is not a revenue.

Don't you already wish this man would resign, retire, or just go away and stop making our lives more expensive around here.

Feel free to tell John what you think of your high taxes at johnkahn@aol.com.

Log entries
In an editorial in the Metrowest Daily News, John Kahn attempts to justify why a liquor store should not get a license by saying it is not in the interest of the community. John can now be considered a full fledged member of our growing temperance society.
In a Boston Globe article by Jenn Abbelson, John Kahn says people will pay a lot to move into Framingham.  Indeed!  Of course he says nothing about seniors on fixed income moving out, and the larger number of homeless people.  Ahhh! The price of a real estate bubble.
Observed John Kahn grabbing a handful of my flyers while picking up his materials at Town Meeting. 
Earlier in 2002
John M. Kahn callously votes to place the last override on the ballot.

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