Bumgardner's strong environmental record make him mayoral choice
I am so glad that residents of the City of Groton will have a choice this year in the election of mayor. I am going to cast my vote for Aundré Bumgardner in the Democratic city primary on March 8 and urge my neighbors to do the same. I met Aundré several years ago when he volunteered at Haley Farm to help with trail maintenance and cleanup and reached out to the Groton Open Space Association to work on their open spaces. Aundré is energetic, thoughtful, progressive, open-minded and a staunch environmentalist, qualities I think certainly qualify and distinguish him for the job. He will ensure that Groton has the resilience it needs to adapt to the future impacts of climate change, open space for passive recreation, and policies that reduce waste. He will work to create fiscally responsible, transparent city government. I am excited to cast my vote for him and urge you to do so too.
Syma A. Ebbin
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