After years of representing the people of Greenwich up in Hartford as State Representative, I’m coming home, and running for First Selectman of our beloved Town of Greenwich.
It has been an honor to serve my constituents of the 151st district for the past 11 years. Now I have the unique opportunity to further my dedication and represent all residents in town – my hometown – of Greenwich.
As a fourth generation native to Greenwich, with over four decades of service to our community, I have great respect for our town’s past, and a bold vision for our future.
As I embark on this campaign journey, I humbly ask for your support, with your vote for First Selectman.
Fred’s Vision for Greenwich
Further Town’s Commitment to Sound Fiscal Policy: Work to keep our Town budget fiscally sound and our property taxes low
Education & Athletic Excellence: Continue to pursue priorities for education excellence and fund athletic and community facilities to provide safe, accessible, efficient, and enjoyable venues for participants and spectators
Community Health & Safety: Develop new programs to educate and raise awareness of Opioid Addiction, Mental Health Issues, and Domestic Violence
Public-Private Partnerships: Welcome and seek out capital which will support and enhance our community projects thereby reduce the burden on the taxpayer
Attract New Businesses: Implement a Business Task Force that will facilitate relationships with current business owners and work to attract new businesses
The Greenwich Waterfront District: Reimagine and define the Greenwich Waterfront as a thriving, year-round, destination with ample activities, experiences and attractions. Streamline parking operations to ensure easy accessibility for commuters, residents, visitors, and business owners
Community Enhancement: Launch a town-wide community enhancement initiative to revitalizes select areas (parks, streets, neighborhoods) and preserve cultural and historical landmarks
Town Hall 2.0: Provide more transparency and communication between the town, our businesses and residents, and optimize technology capabilities to streamline processes – saving time and money