Steve Dunn Announces Run for First Selectman
PRESS RELEASE: April 24, 2015
Steve Dunn, a longtime resident of Brookfield, has announced that he will be running for the office of First Selectman and will be seeking the nomination of the Democratic Party to run as their candidate.
“Over the last two years, I have been speaking with residents who are very concerned with where our town is going and what residents perceive as a lack of honesty, transparency and respect,” said Dunn. He notes that issues like ignoring public input at town meetings and allowing petitions to be invalidated are not isolated incidents, but evidence of a leadership style that divides rather than unites. “Our town government must represent all of the people in Brookfield and not just the few in power,” he continued. “It has become clear to me that the current leadership does not listen to large numbers of residents in town, turning a deaf ear. Brookfield needs leadership that is inclusive, that plans transparently for the future. I’m running because I have the experience and the desire to help our community move forward together.”
We need your involvement.
With the budget referendum coming up and municipal elections in November, now more than ever we need Brookfielders to be informed and get involved.
- The Brookfield DTC meets the second Thursday of every month at 7:00 in the Library at Whisconier Middle School. If you’re interested in attending a meeting or learning more about how to get involved, click here to send us an email, and we’ll be in touch.
- Meet and Greet at Panchos and Gringos
On the 4th Wednesday of every monty, we meet at Panchos and Gringos at Four Corners. You are cordially invited to come and spend time with us. Talk about what’s going on in town, and meet members of the DTC. Cash bar. If you have questions, contact email@example.com
We thank Howard Lasser for his tireless work in support of the people of Brookfield. And we thank all who worked to support Howard in his campaign.
Brookfield DTC member, veteran and nationally recognized veterans advocate Mike Zacchea was featured in a TV ad for Representative Elizabeth Esty. We urge you to watch.
Mike’s work on veterans issues is notable. Click here for more.