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We need a proven, experienced leader who does not accept the status quo and demonstrates that he has the proven ability in the last decade to move Westbrook in a positive future direction. Noel Bishop’s leadership comes from knowing our issues and taking the challenge to do the necessary action to get results.
Bishop has assembled all of the chairs of boards and commissions and Westbrook businesses and collectively they have developed an action plan for the future. As an experienced leader, he has always challenged us to move forward. His experience counts and we know that the past is the best predictor of the future.
I will vote to re-elect Noel Bishop as first selectman.
Republican Bill Cummings is seeking a seat on the Board of Finance.