Tag Archives: Bolton2017

On the Removal of Campaign Signs

I wrote this after the 2017 municipal election, and although this year someone else took down the signs (thanks, Gwen!), and nearly twice as many of us voted, and our votes were for different (I won’t say more important) offices, the … Continue reading

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For Your Consideration

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

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Why Voting in Municipal Elections Is So Important

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

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Eric Bevans

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

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Interview with Nicole Sullivan

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

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Interview with Mary Terhune

Mary Terhune is a candidate for Board of Assessment Appeals and for Planning and Zoning. We sat down with her for a quick interview. Thanks for sitting down with us today, Mary. What made you interested in running for Planning … Continue reading

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Dear Neighbors

On Tuesday, the Journal Inquirer published a letter to the editor from BDTC Vice Chair Adam Teller. Here’s the originally submitted version, which was slighted edited to meet the JI’s length requirements. Dear Neighbors, After more than twenty years of … Continue reading

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