Dubois highlights political experience

Dubois highlights political experience

BLACKSTONE – Selectman Bob Dubois, who is seeking re-election to the Board of Selectmen, highlighted his political experience this week.

“We have dealt with reduced local and school aid from the state for several years, which has had an impact on property taxes. We have to find avenues for revenue in this town, so experience matters,” he said.

Besides serving as a selectman, Dubois was a member of the Planning Board, Zoning Board of Appeals, Capital Outlay Committee, Worcester Selectmans’ Association, Massachusetts Housing Opportunity Partnership, Worcester County Advisory Board, Massachusetts Central Planning Commission, Massachusetts Transportation Advisory Group, Worcester County Sheriffs Association, president of the Friends of the Council on Aging and is the former chairman of the Democratic Town Committee.

He married the former Patricia Maxwell and is the son of the late Julien and Florida (Landreville) Dubois. He retired from the Worcester County House of Corrections and owns BP tax service.