Reiter says he has the skills for Old Lyme treasurer
My name is Michael Reiter and I’m running for Old Lyme town treasurer. Since moving to Old Lyme eight years ago I’ve seen how important local government is to the things important in my daily life, from schools to playgrounds to roads and bridges.
My job as an engineer at Pratt and Whitney, and past volunteer and professional experience, have taught me the skills necessary to do an excellent job as your treasurer. I had a two-year term as treasurer of the Connecticut Pre-Engineering Program, responsible for monitoring the organization's finances and ensuring that all funds were spent according to the agreed plan. Professionally, I’ve been a project manager for almost 15 years, responsible for budgeting and tracking my group's spending on every project I’ve been a part of. My wife, three children and I love Old Lyme and are committed to promoting its best interests. I would greatly appreciate your vote on Nov. 5.
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