December 7, 2019

Letter to the Editor: Lyme Board of Finance Needs Tyler, House’s Experience

To the Editor:

We need Susan Tyler’s and Bob House’s experience on our Board of Finance in Lyme.  

They are highly qualified, dedicated individuals with deep, professional expertise in budgeting and economic analysis – skills that can greatly benefit this important board.

One look at their qualifications will convince you they’re exactly the people we need working on behalf of our town.  (See our website at LymeDTC.org for their profiles.)

Let’s put these two excellent candidates into office. 

Be a voter on Nov. 5.  

Elect Susan Tyler and Bob House as Board of Finance Alternates.

Sincerely,

John Kiker,
Lyme.

Editor’s Note: The writer is Chair of the Lyme Democratic Town Committee and an uncontested candidate (D) for the Lyme Board of Selectmen.

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Letter to the Editor: Pugliese is Proven Consensus Builder, Problem Solver

To the Editor:

I would like to encourage the residents of Lyme, Old Lyme, Old Saybrook and Westbrook to vote for Matt Pugliese for state representative for District 23.

Matt is a proven consensus builder and problem solver who will work hard to fight for the values that are important to our communities.

He’s got all the right priorities:  Improving our economy.  Strengthening public education.  Investing in job training and higher education.  Supporting common-sense gun safety.  And supporting women and families with affordable health care and equal pay.

Matt’s been unanimously endorsed by all four communities’ Democratic town committees, as well as Run for Something, the Connecticut chapter of the National Organization of Women, NARAL Pro-Choice Connecticut and Moms Demand Action.  He’s a leader and a listener who shares our values, believes in building consensus and getting the job done.

Sincerely,

John Kiker,
Lyme.

Editor’s Note: The author is a selectman of the Town of Lyme and chairman of the Lyme Democratic Town Committee.

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