Tag Archives: #BetterforBolton
As Bolton heads to the polls Tuesday, we ask that you consider carefully which party’s candidates are truly #BetterForBolton. On one side is the party that has held the office of First Selectman and enjoyed majorities on BOS, BOF, BOE, … Continue reading
I bumped into an old friend the other day who I hadn’t seen in quite some time. I mentioned to him that I was running for Board of Selectmen this year, and he confessed that he doesn’t really know what … Continue reading
Here’s First Selectman candidate Sandra Pierog’s presentation from last week’s Bolton Senior Center candidate forum.
Board of Education candidates Christopher Davey and Alison Romkey also spoke at the October candidate forum at the Bolton Senior Center.
At last week’s candidate forum at the Bolton Senior Center, Board of Selectmen candidate Nicole Sullivan shared what brought her family to Bolton and how she’ll draw on her professional experience as an engineer to help make Bolton better.
Recently, questions have been raised about the current Town administration’s handling of Bolton’s application to the State for reimbursement of eligible costs of the Bolton High School renovation project. This post is an attempt to give voters some information about … Continue reading
Please take few minutes to watch Kim Miller’s presentation at last week’s candidate forum at the Bolton Senior Center.
On October 26, the candidates for First Selectman and the Boards of Selectmen, Education, and Finance participated in a candidate forum at the Bolton Senior Center. Our thanks to the Senior Center for hosting the event and to the residents … Continue reading
Today we sat down for a quick interview with Nicole Sullivan, candidate for Board of Selectmen. Q: Of all the towns in Connecticut, why did you choose Bolton? My family had been living in a neighboring town, in a great … Continue reading