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Determination, Dedication and Desire!

Town issues 

  • Spend smart not frivolously. Fiscal responsibility and equity will lead to stability financially. The town annual report, will show taxpayers where their money is going and where we can cut costs.

  • Building and fixing our sidewalks where it’s safe and mitigating traffic concerns. Increasing walk signage, lights at crosswalks, clear signage at intersections, while creating safe spaces for pedestrians to walk and safe streets for cars to drive.


  • Working with surrounding towns by discussing and adopting best practices to regionalize services.  


  • Transparency in town hall, many residents don't feel like they are a part of the democratic process or that they can be a part of town government. We need open communication and clear public processes to increase transparency with residents.​

  • Work with existing towns and adopt best practices to find an equitable solution to our water and provide a water and sewage system that keeps residents safe from harmful PFAS (Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances.

  • Increase our tangible resources by using existing state programs to supplement our public education.  provide after-school and recreational activities for our youth as well as drug prevention and college/vocational preparation assistance.


  • Using existing programs to provide recreational space, activities and improved quality of life for seniors, and vets.


  • Utilizing existing state programs, such as CPA we can improve the structures in our town as well as meet state codes and building standards, which are becoming increasingly green. Electronic and talk-to-text application processes will lead to the ability to reduce carbon footprint as well as create access for the residents who need it.

Determination, Dedication and Desire!

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