Monthly Archives: October 2021

In Response to 10/21 Hudson et al on Attacks on James Neunzig’s Character

From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Last week several people took aim at James Neunzig. James has only been the chair for 3 months and yet has recently come under attack by a minority group in the Board of Education who did not get the new building they had hoped for.  The … Continue reading In Response to 10/21 Hudson et al on Attacks on James Neunzig’s Character

Re-elect James Neunzig to the Sherman Board of Education

From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Sometimes I cannot help but worry for the future of our town. Volunteerism, a vital ingredient without which our little government cannot function, is waning. I wonder if we have become too aggressively critical of our leaders, most of whom are volunteers. The world is a tough … Continue reading Re-elect James Neunzig to the Sherman Board of Education

Endorsing Ann Gerschefski for Sherman’s Board of Assessment Appeals

From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Ann Gerschefski will be on the November 2nd ballot as a candidate for Board of Assessment Appeals in Sherman. Ann looks forward to representing all Sherman residents thoughtfully, objectively, and respectfully. Ann’s 15 years as a Realtor have taught her that every real estate situation is unique, … Continue reading Endorsing Ann Gerschefski for Sherman’s Board of Assessment Appeals

Endorsing Jeffrey Ginsburg for Zoning Board of Appeals

From Town Tribune Oct 28, 2021. To the Editor: Jeffrey Ginsburg has the right experience to be a valued addition to the board. He was trained and had practiced as a professional engineer. He has experience in real estate purchasing and a keen sense of fairness. I trust that he would consider every case before … Continue reading Endorsing Jeffrey Ginsburg for Zoning Board of Appeals

Our children and community need Kate Kelley Frey on the Board of Education

To the Editors: On Tuesday, November 2nd, I am voting for Kate Kelley Frey, for the Sherman Board of Education.  Kate, as a teacher, has given most of her life to education and proven her deep commitment to providing the best learning experience for all children for the past 33 years. She is a professional … Continue reading Our children and community need Kate Kelley Frey on the Board of Education

Frey, Neunzig, and Vogt for Board of Ed 

From Town Tribune Oct 21, 2021. To the Editor:  The Sherman School takes pride in providing a safe, congenial, and creative experience for all Sherman students.   On November 2nd, the voters of Sherman have an opportunity to ensure that the school will continue this tradition by electing James Neunzig, Kate Frey, and Matt Vogt to the Board … Continue reading Frey, Neunzig, and Vogt for Board of Ed