Return public servant to Groton council
Patrice Granatosky is, at her core, a public servant. As a teacher, RTM member and a town councilor for over 20 years, she has served our community with enthusiasm and expertise. She is a proven leader who has worked to advocate for smart growth, establish an Ethics Commission, restore community policing and deliver budgets that maintain services while stabilizing the tax rate.
Please vote on Nov. 5 to return Patrice to the Groton Town Council where she will continue to work to grow our town without sacrificing our quality of life.
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