Barre supervisor candidate says communication, community are priorities

Posted 30 October 2019 at 9:00 pm


This letter is in response to Sean Pogue’s letter to the editor on October 29.

Sean, I would like to thank you for saying I am a nice gentleman. I would also like to congratulate you on your recent engagement; I sincerely hope you two will be very happy together.

Citizens for Change are against the industrial wind turbines in Barre; I don’t see how ignoring the most current, relevant issue for the Town of Barre is a negative. It shows the transparency the citizens of Barre need. However, it appears you just didn’t “do (your) homework.” You are misinformed about Citizens for Change’s platform – There is much more.

I have been and will continue to be upfront. If I don’t know something – I’ll tell you. Honest communication is our top priority. Citizens for Change knows the importance of being transparent with the public and the need for Alternate Tax Abatement.

I am running for Supervisor of the Town of Barre to be a voice for the community. I intend to do so in a positive and effective manner if elected in. It is time for someone with an ethical standard to step into the role of supervisor.

I encourage all residents of Barre to find us on Facebook or email us at Cindy, Kerri or I will gladly answer any of your questions and concerns.

Please vote for Cindy Burnside, Kerri Richardson and Gerald Solazzo – Citizens for Change!

Dr. Gerald Solazzo ND