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The person who effectively holds the office of Town Clerk must be a storehouse of knowledge and facts. You would be surprised to know how often complicated problems impacting someone’s life, … more
Bristol residents should have greater access to the information shaping the policies where we live, work, and raise our families. A professional, service-oriented and transparent Town Clerk’s … more
For too long, Rhode Island’s rates of substance use have exceeded national averages. The overdose epidemic has made the need for effective reforms a critical issue in our state. Initiatives … more
My fellow Bristolians, for most of us with years of automobile driving experience, this is a warning we all heed at railroad crossings. To ignore it, could be perilous! Maybe this same warning, … more
In a primary where less than 20 percent of registered voters cast a vote, two Democratic candidates spent well over $33,000. That equates to more than $16 spent for every vote. Why do candidates … more
The current Bristol Town Clerk has been in the office for 14 years. In the last six elections he has run unopposed. While technology has transformed almost every aspect of our daily lives, the Town … more
My overarching goal as your Town Clerk is that my office provides service that is accurate, efficient and personal. I have worked to assure that an automated phone attendant at the Town Hall is not … more
Substance use disorder and depression have had an enormous impact on local families. These indiscriminate mental health issues have led to overdoses and suicides — they have taken … more
My fellow Bristolians, it would appear our Town Council has, once again, left our children behind. In January of 2017, the Bristol Substance Abuse Prevention Coalition received an annually … more
I have been serving on the school committee now for almost 20 years, casting more than 2,400 votes. Most of those votes turned out as I had hoped, but there were a few that were … more
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