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Smart Money Management

Published Nov. 01, 2017

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November is coming and with it comes another election day. Who wants to think of voting now? It’s not a big election, but it’s important to us and the town we live in. Tony Cozza and members of the Board of Finance have maintained our low property taxes. With smart money management from people like Tony Cozza, who’s been on the Board of Finance for two years, we’ve been able to keep our mill rate and taxes to minimal increases. The mill rate in Westbrook is lower than 87 percent of towns in Connecticut, the lowest rates being in towns like Greenwich and Darien.

Educated in engineering and business, Tony has spent decades traveling worldwide working in the power industry, managing multi-million-dollar budgets and projects, which leads to his mathematical analytic abilities to understand the complex financial issues facing Westbrook today.

Tony is an advocate for solar energy on town buildings to save Westbrook money.

Along with serving on the Board of Finance, Tony worked diligently with the Council of Beaches Alleviating Hunger Committee, which set up a free summer lunch program for children in need; the Westbrook Retirement Board; the Water Pollution Control Commission, which have given him insight to state mandates on requirements to fund portions of teachers’ pension costs; and to the sewer avoidance program.

This November I encourage your readers to vote experience, voting for Tony Cozza.

Steve Smith

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