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The Town of Old Saybrook has the opportunity to elect an experienced municipal labor relations attorney to its Police Commission. Loraine Cortese-Costa is seeking a position on the Police Commission and I write to encourage the citizens of Old Saybrook to take advantage of the opportunity by voting for Loraine on Nov. 5.
I have know Loraine for many years. Our daughters attended Old Saybrook High School together and remain close friends today. I know Loraine cares about our town and is open-minded, a good listener, and respectful of all viewpoints. Her qualities and experience are just what is needed for the Police Commission.
The 2020 guide to the Madison Chamber of Commerce has arrived!