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logo 25R copy_0The newly formed Waban Area Council will have it’s first election this November with 13 candidates running for the 9 council positions.Waban will be the forth Area Council in the city joining Newtonville, Newton Upper Falls and Newton Highlands. Residents can view biographies of the 13 candidates on the Candidate’s page on the WAC website.

The Service Area for the WAC will have most residents voting during the Municipal Election at the Zervas School. There will be a separate table with WAC ballots. Waban voters who usually vote at the Hyde Community Center will need to vote in the Municipal Election at the Hyde Community Center and either go to Zervas to cast their votes for the Council Members or they may take advantage of early voting at Newton City Hall. Early voting for the Waban Area Council is available at the City Clerk’s Office at Newton City Hall, from 8:30am to 5:00pm on Thurs., Oct. 31, Fri., Nov. 1, and Mon., Nov. 4, 2013.

We invite comments from the candidates and their supporters as well as look for a big turnout on election day.