Sprague Democratic Candidates — 2013

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We pledge to continue to deliver the services and financial stability of the past six years for the next two years.


We pledge to continue to find grant funding for Sprague’s infrastructure projects.







We pledge to continue to find cost savings by regionalizing, applying alternative energy

solutions, conservation, & employing business practices.


We pledge to continue to make enhancements to the quality of life in Sprague by continuing to improve the 8 roads that are left to be done, complete the Shetucket Village, the Grist Mill, and increase our open space portfolio.




Sprague has been making good progress under Democratic leadership.


Let’s continue moving our Town ahead.


Vote Democratic!


Our Candidates

Cathy Osten         First Selectman

Denise Dembinski    Second Selectman

Jen Synnett        Town Clerk

JoAnn Lynch        Town Treasurer

Mary Chartier        Tax Collector

Gerry Lachance    Board of Finance

Ellen Frost        Board of Finance

Janet Piezzo        Board of Education

Terri Woronecki    Board of Education

Linda Stefon        Board of Education

Alan Ouellette         Board of Assessment Appeals

David Held        Planning & Zoning

Paul Piezzo        Planning & Zoning

Gerald Stefon        Planning & Zoning

Arthur Spielman, Jr.    Planning & Zoning

Paid for by the Sprague Democratic Town Committee, Jeanette Deschamps, Treasurer

Letter Published in Norwich Bulletin on October 9, 2013:


Serving Sprague has been an honor

I would like to thank the voters of Sprague for their unwavering support for me as Town Clerk for the past 18 years; the experience has been rewarding and humbling.  I thank the many dedicated public servants with whom I have had the pleasure of working through the years.


Serving as Town Clerk has brought me closer to all of the town's residents; the residents of Sprague have shared their challenges, setbacks, and successes.  It’s that relationship with our town's residents that made my decision to retire a difficult one.


My decision became easier with the Democratic Party’s nomination of Jen Synnett to run as my replacement. Her 19 years of managerial experience at CVS/Caremark, coupled with her unbridled enthusiasm, will serve her well in public office.  On Tuesday, November 5th, I encourage all Sprague voters to support Jen Synnett and elect her to be Sprague’s next Town Clerk.

 

 

Claire Glaude

Town Clerk, Town of Sprague