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Joshua Norman of the newly forming group, Moving Newton Forward, which is opposed to the three override questions on the March ballot had a column in the TAB this week outlining his (or perhaps his group’s) position.

The column doesn’t seem to be on Wicked Local Newton yet  but Norman has sent me what he say was the original version of his column, compete with circles and arrows and a paragraph on the back of each one — or at least there’s some charts. (I’ve posted it as a Google doc).

While the mayor’s fiscal reforms have been an acceptable first step in comparison to David Cohen’s record of fiscal folly, we believe that there is more to be done to whip Newton into fiscal fitness.

As far as I know Moving Newton Forward still does not have a website and, I’ve been told (but have not confirmed this myself) has yet to register as a political action committee. (Someone please correct me if I’m mistaken.) Norman says the group’s first public meeting is Feb. 6 at 7 p.m. at 295 California Street.

Norman tells me he attended Bentley’s Business School (MBA-Finance Class of 2012) and had a graduate assistant job there. The tag at the end of his TAB column said he lives in Auburndale.







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