I have lived in Clinton since 2012, returning to town after a 20-year hiatus because I decided to stay in Connecticut permanently and that meant returning to Clinton, a town that was always very special to me.
I am a partner in a company developing software for service in the healthcare field for individuals with developmental disabilities. I am running on the Zoning Board of Appeals as an alternate, having served as an alternate for the past year. I joined the board after feeling a need to be more involved in protecting the personality and vitality of our community.
I value our community and am invested in maintaining the charm of Clinton while supporting development changes sought by residents and businesses in such a way that adheres to our communities aesthetic values. I firmly believe that Clinton must adhere to its existing zoning regulations to ensure that residents do not have to be in fear of their property values decreasing due to incompatible property uses in their neighborhoods. I believe that Clinton is capable of achieving a healthy economic growth without sacrificing the beauty of our community.
I am looking forward to continuing my public service for our beautiful town and hope your readers will consider voting for me this November.