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Ferebee wins in Keene primary

Keene Supervisor William "Bill" Ferebee won the primary for the position he currently holds Sept. 13.

Keene Supervisor William "Bill" Ferebee won the primary for the position he currently holds Sept. 13. Photo by Keith Lobdell.

— Incumbent Keene Town Supervisor William “Bill” Ferebee earned the Republican nod after the Sept. 13 primary results were announced.

Ferebee has been in the spotlight in the wake of the recent flooding and destruction in the town where he has been the chief administrator since 2006.

Ferebee received 113 votes in the primary, while challenger to the seat Paul F. Vincent received 35 votes.

Vincent filed an Independent petition with the Essex County Board of Elections, and will be on the ballot as such during the General Election Nov. 8.

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