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Robert Sassi: “Watch the Pennies”

Published Oct. 15, 2019

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Robert P. Sassi is the Killingworth Conservative Party candidate for Killingworth first selectman. In his profile for the Source Online Voter Guide, he stated his motto is “Watch the pennies and the dollars will take care of themselves!”

According to the profile, Sassi is the owner and operator of a grocery store, delicatessen, breakfast and lunch shop, pizza restaurant, package store, and construction company. He said his knowledge of how to run successful businesses, from construction to restaurants, make him the best candidate for this seat.

His top three priorities, should he be elected, include reducing the mill rate, making government more efficient, and bringing common sense back to town government.

Sassi is married to Marcella Sassi and has a son, Drew Sassi.

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