Guest Post: A Vote for Budgetary Issues, and Citizen Concerns, by Brian Shedlarski
Dear New Gloucester,
Only a few more days until we go to the polls! I have been spending my free time over the last few days visiting citizens, taking/making phone calls and delivering campaign signs. I am excited for June 14th, I hope to garner the votes to represent the people of New Gloucester as a member of the Select Board. I am looking forward to working toward the goals set by the current board and set goals for the future. I will continue to remember the importance of paving and road maintenance, which has been a topic of citizen concern for some time. I have heard about it repeatedly from citizens and paving was a major talking point at this year's town meeting.
I feel strongly that the town's waste management process and policies should be reviewed. There may be a considerable amount of taxpayer money saved by revisiting how we dispose of different types of waste and recycling. This review could directly impact the congestion that frustrates us all at the transfer stations busiest times. I have enjoyed my time as the Chair of the Budget Committee. I will continue working to keep taxpayers' best interests in mind and I am excited to work with a group of fiscally responsible board members.
The people of New Gloucester are the only people who have the town's best interest at heart and I will work tirelessly for you to maintain local control over our town. I do not work for special interests, I do not believe in government power grabs and I pledge to work for New Gloucester.
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