Help Democrats move Old Lyme forward
It has been a privilege to serve as selectwoman for the town of Old Lyme. I request your vote on Nov. 5 so that I may continue to work hard for our community and our residents.
I am proud to be running with First Selectwoman Bonnie Reemsnyder, whose experience and thoughtful and deliberative nature have been so beneficial to our town. Among our administration’s numerous accomplishments are: master plans enabling grants to improve town infrastructure at substantially reduced cost to taxpayers; stimulation of thoughtful economic development efforts on Halls Road and across town; positive audits showing Old Lyme is financially strong and enjoys an excellent credit rating; exemplary OSHA audit; effectively addressing the high-speed rail threat; facilitating a practical response to the DEEP-imposed shoreline wastewater consent decree; and preparing for weather emergencies, like Hurricane Sandy.
There is more to do for our community. I want to continue to serve Old Lyme and to cultivate the next generation of leaders.
I am very proud of our highly qualified slate of candidates, who have volunteered to join us in moving our town forward. I ask that you vote for all the Row A candidates on Nov. 5.
Mary Jo Nosal
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