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I would like to thank the voters of Westbrook for electing me to serve on Westbrook’s Board of Finance.
While knocking on doors during the campaign residents raised concerns about rising taxes, the sustainability of our school district with declining enrollment and rising costs per pupil, policing, and keeping Westbrook affordable.
I look forward to working with the other members of the board and the town’s department heads to respond to the concerns of Westbrook residents. We need to look for ways to reduce our costs while maintaining services.
I am honored to serve Westbrook once again in an elected capacity.
Democrat Chris Ehlert was elected to the Board of Finance on Nov. 5.