“For a city as compact as New London, we have the assets needed to be a regional business and cultural nexus. We need to reverse the destructive development of the past fifty years and rebuild upon our enduring assets.”
Chairman, New London Sustainability Committee
Member, School Building & Maintenance Committee
Director on four local non-profit organizations; secretary of Re-New London Council, Inc.
Classroom volunteer & mentor in New London Public Schools.
Served on the NLPS Curriculum Standards Committee & the K-12 Science Curriculum Committee.
B.A., Environmental Studies, Connecticut College.
Long-time supporter, member & volunteer with Fiddleheads Natural Food Market.
Preserve our Riverside Park, improve its access to the water and connect it to the Old Mill and Thames River boat launch. This would be a first step in the renaissance of Northeast New London.
Revise the Municipal Development Plan for Fort Trumbull and return the property from the state to New London. Our city would benefit from a walkable, mixed-use plan that implements form-based codes to complement the downtown. Encourage the free market system to work.
Re-establish New London Public Schools as institutions that attract students and families to New London as they did two generations ago.
Reduce operating costs by half or more through prudent investments in the municipality’s infrastructure and motor vehicle fleet.
View information on Riverside Park at YouTube.