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Rich Saltz, a candidate for the 1st District RTM, is dedicated to improving Branford’s energy conservation and environmental efforts. We endorse him as a candidate. He now serves the town on the Clean Energy Ad Hoc Committee, appointed by the first selectman, to make recommendations to reduce the town’s carbon footprint and to take advantage of opportunities to improve our clean, sustainable energy usage.
For the last 12 years, Rich has filled the role of chief financial officer at Choate Rosemary Hall in Wallingford, where, along with the fiscal responsibility for an independent high school, he has managed more than 10 sustainable and environmentally conscious building projects.
We can trust Rich Saltz to guide Branford to follow a path of care and concern for our environment that will benefit all residents of the town. Sustainability—financially and environmentally—is a passion of Rich Saltz.
We encourage your 1st District readers to vote ROW A on Tuesday, Nov. 5 at The Community Center. We will!
David and Phyllis Whitin
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