Watch the Easton Board of Selectmen Debate
April 5th 2016 at the Martin Institute for Institute for Law and Society at Stonehill College.
BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Easton’s Annual Town Election will be held on April 26th and I am asking for your support in my bid for reelection to the Board of Selectmen.
Community Compact Signing with Lt. Governor Polito & Selectman Fulginiti.
Groundbreaking 3 Washington Place
with Whelan Associates
Ribbon Cutting with Ideal Kitchen
Tour of Easton with Jay Ash, Secretary of Economic Development for MA
Dear Friends & Neighbors:
I have a heartfelt desire to continue to work for our community and I hope that you will consider supporting my candidacy as we continue to work toward our future.
My wife, Jenn, and I decided to make Easton our home 9 years ago, we were drawn to the unique character of the community—the historic downtown, the Children’s Museum, the vast amount of open space, the school system, and the safe environment many young families seek. As the parents of two boys, Andrew and Zachary, we feel very fortunate to watch them grow in a community that has so much to offer.
I have enjoyed my time on the board and I have contributed to the towns effectiveness by being collaborative and focusing on the issues at hand today, while also planning for our future. I want to continue my work with the Board to ensure an affordable, high quality community in which we can raise and educate our children and enjoy long into retirement.
I will continue to push to improve our non-residential tax base and identify opportunities to improve Easton's credit rating. I will continue to contribute to our childrens future success by working with our School Administrators, the Business Community, Parents, Teachers, and students alike by promoting STEAM (Science Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) disciplines in our schools.
I will continue to drive opportunities to save tax payer dollars as we have with our Solar Field and Energy Efficiency work which will bring many of our Municipal and School Buildings into the 21st Century. I have led the effort with our Green Communities Team to leverage nearly six hundred thousand dollars in grant funding from the state as well as two hundred and fifty thousand dollars from our local utility partners at National Grid and Columbia Gas.
I will also continue working closely with our team to ensure our budgets are structurally sound while providing the highest level of services we can.
1st Annual Easton STEAM Day with Congressman Joe Kennedy; Marcy Reed, President of National Grid for Massachusetts; and Easton Schools
2nd Annual Easton STEAM Day with
JD Chesloff, Massachusetts Business Roundtable;
Dr. Erika Angle from Science from Scientists;
Tom Foley from Siemens,
Lisa Freed from iRobot;
and Easton School Leadership.
Lisa Freed from iRobot STEAMEDitUp