WESTON, Conn. -- Gayle Weinstein, a Democrat, is seeking the support of Weston voters as she seeks another term as first selectman.
Weinstein says she has a proven track record of responsible budgets that maintain services, provide a quality education, and protect the environment.
She said she has lowered the town portion of the mill rate three times and has been able to increase services for the town’s youth, families, and seniors. She quadrupled the size and scope of the Senior Center, secured over $1 million in grants for recreation and infrastructure, and has enhanced communications, technology, storm preparedness, and crisis management.
“I will always be there to listen to residents and make the best decisions for our town," Weinstein said, “and together we can continue to keep Weston moving forward.”
She said that while much has been accomplished, more needs to be done.
“Together, we have been able to build a stronger sense of community and set policies that have produced a reduction in tax increases while increasing services for all. While we have accomplished so much, our work is not done.”
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