A caucus was held on Monday, January 21st, 2019 to endorse candidates for the Democratic Town Committee and to transact other business as may be proper to come before this caucus. The results of last night’s caucus to elect a new slate of officers for the Sherman Democratic Town Committee. Chair – David Silvay Vice Chair … Continue reading Results of the Sherman Democratic Town Committee Caucus
To the enrolled members of the Democratic Party of the Town of Sherman, Connecticut. Pursuant to the Rules of the Democratic Party and the State election laws, you are hereby notified that a caucus will be held on Monday, January 21st, 2019 at 7:30 pm, at the Sherman Old Town Hall, located at 8 Route … Continue reading Announcing: The Sherman Democratic Caucus
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From Citizen News, October 28, 2015 To the Editor: I am writing to endorse the candidacy of Don Lowe for First Selectman. Others have written in these pages of the public service and dedicated volunteerism of both Don and Ashleigh Blake. I want to focus on some of the human qualities I have observed over many years of … Continue reading Don Lowe is an ideal leader
Citizen News, Letter to Editor, October 28, 2015 To the Editor: I intend to vote for Don Lowe for First Selectman and Ashleigh Blake for Selectman and I urge you to do the same. Here’s why: Both Don and Ashleigh have paid their dues in town government and organizations. They have volunteered on numerous town boards and commissions. Ashleigh … Continue reading In Support of Don and Ashleigh:Very involved and transparent budgetting
Citizen News, Letter to Editor, October 28, 2015 To the Editor: What we most need in Sherman right now is real leadership. Don Lowe and Ashleigh Blake are well qualified to meet that need. I like Clay Cope as a person (and certainly Bob Ostrosky as well). Sadly, he has repeatedly proven himself ineffective as … Continue reading In Support of Don Lowe and Ashleigh Blake:to provide the leadership Sherman has been missing.
Citizen News, Letter to Editor, October 28, 2015 To the Editor: Recent claims of attendance and support of town. commissions by the selectmen seeking reelection don’t ring true to me. In my twenty-fiVe years of service on the Sherman Zoning Board of Appeals, I cannot recall seeing either of them at any of our … Continue reading Let’s Resuscitate Volunteerism in Sherman
Citizen News, Letter to Editor, October 28, 2015 To the Editor: I just wanted to take a moment to write a few words about my neighbor, Ashleigh Blake. My family and I have lived next door to Ashleigh and her family for seven years. Over this time I’ve noticed a great deal about Ashleigh. She has shown a tremendous amount … Continue reading Ashleigh makes a positive difference in town
Citizen News, October 28, 2015 And A Big Thank You! I kicked the hornet’s nest when I revealed that Sherman’s Operating Budget has increased 20% in Clay Cope’s four years – the largest four year increase in Sherman’s history. The operating budget funds the mechanisms of the town, is absent of the debt service and … Continue reading Financial Clarity And Transparency