Granatosky's been great for Groton, deserves re-election
I am writing to urge Groton voters to vote for Patrice Granatosky on Nov. 5. Patrice, presently our town mayor, has been working tirelessly to make things better for Groton. She has lobbied for solar panels on the new schools and worked to eliminate the use of glyphosate (a possible carcinogen) near our highways. She has helped establish an ethics commission for Groton, and a Sustainability Task Force.
As a teacher at Grasso Tech, she has encouraged young people to get involved in their town. With Patrice as mayor we have new bike trails and more open space. All this without raising taxes. I am grateful to Patrice for her excellent service and urge Groton voters to resoundingly return her to the Town Council.
Mary von Dorster
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