WESTON, Conn. -- The Weston Republican Town Committee unanimously endorsed Bill Brady and Jess DiPasquale for re-election to the Police Commission at it April 14 meeting.
“Bill’s leadership as chair has been outstanding. He and Jess have years of experience on this Commission and Weston is fortunate to have their continued dedication and commitment to service,” said Britta Lerner, RTC chair.
Brady has served on the Weston Police Commission since 1997, becoming chair in January 2013. He is a retired IBM executive and president of his own management consulting firm, Brady Associates. He is a member of the Medical Reserve Corps and a U.S. Army veteran. Brady and his wife, Louise, have lived in Weston for 32 years.
"Our current Police Commission works well together and continues to provide a safe environment in Weston via our excellent Police Force," said Brady, in seeking another term.
DiPasquale has served on the Weston Police Commission for more than nine years. He is the chief executive officer of Alliance Group,Inc., a telecommunications company. He and his wife, Andrea, have lived in Weston for 22 years.
“My civic duty in serving on the Board of Police Commissioners for many years, along with my commitment to keeping Weston a safe community for all of our citizens is the driving force that compels me to run for Police Commissioner in 2015," DiPasquale said. "The experience that I have gained over the years as a commissioner as well as the many accomplishments that I have achieved in my position is another reason for me to continue service to the Town of Weston by being elected to this board.”
Weston Republicans will select their slate of candidates at a July caucus.
The Weston Republican Town Committee meets the second Tuesday of every month. Members of the community are welcome to attend. For more information, visit www.westonrtc.org .
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