I need to see integrity in our government. Anything less is unacceptable. There is hope that the Town we all love will have leaders who give and deserve respect.
Chris Boyd for Selectboard is how I will vote come March 6. When Chris says something, you can take it to the bank. He is fiscally responsible, knowledgeable and can be trusted to follow through on his word.
For 30 years-plus, he’s worked serving our community on the highway department, wastewater treatment plant and in the fire department, working his way to the esteemed position of chief, and now works for the state on the fire and safety department. He also served as a Selectboard member. Chris served in the U. S. Marine Corps for six years.
He listens and cares for everyone, and he feels we, the residents of Shelburne, are its greatest asset.
Chris Boyd stands out in integrity, honesty, hard work and experience in our community.
I want to acquaint you all a bit with Mary Kehoe in case you haven’t met her personally yet. It’s not difficult for one to say, “I’m behind you Mary or I’ll stand with you Mary!” Mary is a powerhouse of ideas and energy. She’s a “Let’s get it done” type individual. “We can do better!”
I am captivated by her basic principles of goodness.
Mary is an excellent listener while also being highly articulate.
She has a proven record of public service evidenced by her tenure on our Town Development Review Board from 2014 to 2017 and her service as a Burlington City Council member.
Mary is a well-respected attorney, practicing both in litigation and mediation situations in which character balance and a calm demeanor are significant assets.
She is committed to making the Town of Shelburne both livable and affordable for all of its present and future residents.
Jerry Storey is running again, and we are thankful for his stable character and that steady hand at the helm.
Our community deserves a strong, healthy Selectboard, a Selectboard that works collaboratively and allows Shelburne to be proud of its community. I hope you will join me and vote for Chris Boyd, Mary Kehoe and Jerry Storey.