Together, we do make a difference for Old Lyme
I am running for the office of Zoning Board of Appeals in the town of Old Lyme. I have been a resident of Old Lyme for 14 years and I consider my home here a part of heaven! I value my home and my neighbors who share this beautiful place with me. I live near the shoreline and I believe the members of this community need to have a stronger voice in town governance.
Giving back to the community that I enjoy so much is one of the major reasons I decided to run for office. I have seen the positive growth of the town with the current administration, but I also believe more voices need to be heard. I hope to work with our town leaders to unite our town for the benefit of all.
I would appreciate your vote on Nov. 5. Together we do make a difference!
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