Dear Attleboro – I am officially beginning our campaign for the vacant citywide City Council seat in June, with the election almost five months away on November 6, 2018. I am running on several key points ..
* PUBLIC EDUCATION: I am a strong advocate for Attleboro’s children and teachers. We can have the best educational system of any city in Massachusetts!
* ATTLEBORO BUSINESSES: Attleboro will soon have a first rate Director of Economic Development and a program to attract and support businesses.
* PUBLIC SAFETY: We will maintain a top notch police and fire departments.
* SENIORS: I support the Larson Senior Center and serving Attleboro’s seniors.
* CONSTITUENT SERVICE: I will listen and respond to your concerns.
HUMAN RIGHTS WILL BE SUPPORTED AND HONORED!!! – As a member of the Attleboro Council on Human Rights, we raised the flag for our LGBTQ community in a stirring ceremony last Friday. Attleboro is standing up as a city where human rights are upheld for everyone. Attleboro is a city that celebrates diversity and people from a variety of cultures. I am very proud to call Attleboro my home.
I have spent my adult life as a social worker, working with people struggling to be affirmed and honored. I served the intellectually disabled population at Wrentham State School and the Massachusetts Dept. of Developmental Services for 9 years. I also supervised foster care for adults and children throughout metropolitan Boston for 19 years. For the past three years I have been supporting residents of the Attleboro YMCA and assisting them with health, vocational, employment, and other personal needs.
Attleboro has a strong tradition of reaching out a helping hand to one another. I want to be part of that tradition by serving on the City Council.
If you want to join our team please call me at 508-577-1412. We are proud to call Attleboro our home.