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February 7, 2013

Heard Around Peabody: Watch out for the black and tans


Also present from the North Shore, said Schulze, were Wayne Burton, Peg Harrington, his son Josh Schulze and Congressman John Tierney. “His seat was as good as mine,” Schulze said of the newly re-elected Tierney. “I was pretty close.”

Schulze added that he was wrong on a previous pronouncement made to The Salem News. After conferring with School Committee member Jarrod Hochman — who doubles as chairman of the Republican City Committee — Schulze conceded that the GOP committee is properly constituted.

He still thinks his Democratic committee is not legally organized.

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