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    At the Jackman Hotel with her hound dog Blaze on Monday, Debbie Petrin, owner of Long Pond Camps and Guide Service, defended Jackman against an individual who was branding the town racist online because of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski's posted statements. "Give businesses the opportunity to react before he goes around branding us all racists. That's very unfair."

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    Traffic passes through the town of Jackman on Monday where an emergency selectmen's meeting will meet at 8:30 a.m. on Tuesday to address the status of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski.

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    The welcome sign on the outside wall of Bishop's Store in Jackman on Monday.

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    Kim Danforth hands a letter to the media from her father Raymond Levesque, owner of Bishop's Store in Jackman, who asked Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski on Monday not to fight for his job, asking him "Please do not drag us further into your cause or agenda."

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    Trucks pass the Jackman town line sign with its backdrop of mountains on U.S. Route 201 on Monday.

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    Mark Giroux, owner of the Jackman Hardware and Sporting Goods store, said on Monday that it is appropriate for Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski to leave his town position because of his comments urging different groups of people to remain separated.

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    At Kori's Kap bakery on Monday, Pat Roy of Jackman, in reference to Town Manager Thomas sentiments against Islam and other cultures, said," We don't need this." Selectmen have scheduled an emergency meeting at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday to address the status of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski.

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    Trevor Martin, an employee at Mountain Country Supermarket in Jackman, said on Monday that the town should get rid of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski. Selectmen have scheduled an emergency meeting at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday to address the status of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski.

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    Out of town snowmobilers park alongside cars to patronize the Mountain Country Supermarket in Jackman on Monday.

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    Signs in downtown Jackman show the mileage and direction to places throughout the country on Monday.

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    The town office in Jackman on Monday displays a sign announcing an emergency selectmen's meeting at 8:30 a.m. Tuesday to address the status of Town Manager Thomas Kawczynski.

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    Traffic passes town of Jackman welcome signs along Main Street on Monday.

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