I’m grateful for the opportunity to once again represent the citizens of the Town of Enfield. I value this community and hope to continue our work together determining how we wish to go forward as a town. I seek the highest levels transparency, and encourage input and participation from all residents. If we want to make Enfield strong and sustainable for all of us, we have to get creative and welcome and implement new ideas.
Let’s be proactive about future residential, agricultural, and economic growth to build our tax base and ease the financial burden for residents, while providing essential services and maintaining the rural character we all treasure. Let’s seek more opportunities that don’t impact the budget, but enhance our quality of life and improve our offerings for community services and economic development. Let’s come together to strengthen our local organizations so they can thrive for generations to come.
Our rural way of life connects us all to this place. Protecting and preserving our water, air, and land is vital to keeping our town safe and strong. Our completed Aquifer Study gives us another opportunity to determine the value of our water resources and how we will protect them.
I appreciate the confidence residents placed in me when I ran for Enfield Town Board in 2013 and 2016. Since 2018, I’ve had the pleasure of serving as your Town Supervisor after being elected in 2017 to that office. I remain a strong voice for Enfield residents, a community that has long been forgotten at other levels of government that impact us.
Enfield has been my home for 40 years and I hope to serve our community in any capacity necessary for as long as I am able. I look forward to working with YOU to make our home the best it can be.