Granatosky's leadership vital for Groton council
Patrice Granatosky has done a superb job as councilor and mayor for the Town of Groton. She always is prepared for council meetings. She understands the issues that come up for the council. She knows who the key people are for each issue. Even when she disagrees with various councilors, she makes sure that everyone has an opportunity to express an opinion regarding any matter before the council. It is a tribute to her leadership that she has largely succeeded in maintaining a level of professionalism among her fellow councilors. These are not easy tasks. Patrice works harder than anyone else on the council.
Patrice has served the town extremely well; and I doubt that there is anyone else among the candidates running for a seat on the council who could come close to her level of performance.
The voters should re-elect Patrice Granatosky.
Joseph P. Zeppieri, MD, JD, Groton Town Councilor
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