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Resident challenges Vogler being on ballot Merrimack Valley EagleTribune
METHUEN A city resident filed an objection to School Committee member Robert Vogler appearing on the November ballot, saying Vogler currently is serving a third term and is barred from running again by the city charter.
Jack Burke, who has challenged and tangled with city officials in the past, said in the objection that the appointment in May of Vogler, who served in 2009 and 2011, to finish the term of Mark Graziano counted as his third consecutive term, disqualifying him from running this fall.
Former City Solicitor Peter McQuillan issued an opinion in May, saying Voglers appointment would not count as a term and that he would still qualify. Vogler said before the opinion was issued that he would not accept the position if he could not run in the election.
Burke faulted McQuillans opinion, saying state law distinguishes full term from term, and that because the charter did not make a distinction, the states definitions of the words should be used.
There are some laws that use the word full term, so its been defined, Burke said in an interview. Since it was defined at the state level and it was used in our charter, you cant just throw it in.
Vogler said he acted in good faith based on the city solicitors official legal opinion.
In his May opinion, McQuillan cited the charter, which defined a School Committee members term as being two years, beginning the first secular day of January after election and until their successors are qualified. He concluded that because the language must be given its usual meaning, Voglers truncated time on the committee cannot be considered a full term under this provision of the charter.
Burke said in his written objection to City Clerk Christine ToumaConway, dated July 31, that a vacancy in an office, when no one can execute that offices duties, is not the same as an unexpired term, which continues on even if the office is vacant.
The plain language says you cant hold office for more than three consecutive terms, Burke said. Its a very simple question. Mr. Vogler is holding office in each of those three terms. If thats the case, there is no way his name should appear on the ballot.
Vogler, who said he did not know about the objection until a reporter called him yesterday afternoon, expressed frustration that the objection was not made earlier.