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I am running for Town Council and would appreciate your readers’ votes on Nov. 5. My interest in running for Town Council stems from my desire to do good and use my professional skills to make our community a better place to live. I believe that we all want the same things for Clinton, including having a robust and safe community, meaningful job opportunities, community development, programs and services that fulfill our needs, fiscal responsibility, and transparency and integrity in our processes.
As a practicing attorney for more than 25 years, I am a problem solver, fair-minded, and I make decisions based on the facts. I always listen respectfully and weigh differing opinions to determine what’s best for the entire community rather than what’s best for a specific neighbor or friend.
I will be prepared to evaluate the issues of the day, listen to all of the parties, and treat everyone with dignity, respect, and fairness. Together, with your readers’ input and support, I will endeavor to make the best decisions for Clinton so we can move forward to meet the challenges of the future.
Democrat Dara Onofrio is seeking a seat on the Town Council.
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