Mr. Cervoni is the Chairman of the Wallingford Town Council. I am going to use one of my votes to re elect him this November. He in my opinion runs a very fair and balanced town council meeting in an efficient and effective manner. He listens to all sides of an issue before making a decision and he does make sure that all sides are heard during a debate.
From his campaign literature and website:
We have maintained low taxes and maintain good services in exchange for the taxpayer's dollar.
We have achieved and maintained an Aaa bond rating! This gives the Town the ability bond at the lowest available interest rates and to refinance bonds as interest rates have decreased.
We maintain a bonded debt per capita ratio of less than $1000 per resident. This also contributes to our Aaa bond rating.
Our schools are continuously improving. Our talented Board of Education, combined with the school system's professional leader, Superintendent Dr. Sal Menzo have improved our school system while maintaining efficiency. I am proud to say that I have supported the Board of Education and their leaders in their work.
The Wallingford Electric Division is an excellent enterprise, keeping energy rates low for residents while attracting businesses to Town for the same reason. More businesses in Town reduce tax the residential tax burden.
Our Electric Division also creates rate incentives for new businesses moving to the downtown district. It is important that we keep moving toward a revitalized downtown. This is the face of our Town for a great variety of visitors, whether for business or academic travel.
The introduction of Enterprise Ambulance Service, run by our talented Fire Department, has kept Wallingford Emergency Medical Services among the finest in the State of Connecticut.
Low taxes, economic growth, forward thinking are all parts of Mr. Cervoni's platform and again he puts the needs of our community above personal political gain.
Mr. Cervoni is articulate and offers a great deal of insight on many issues that come forward to the Council. He deserves to be reelected this November.