• Resurfaced or rebuilt 40% of Town roads
• Helped pass vote to allow alcohol to be served in restaurants
• Pushed for approval of Village Store to become a restaurant
• Managed repairs to Town buildings including: Town Hall, Peck House,
Library, Pavilion, Senior Center, Town Garage
• Active support for keeping Burnham School open and passing AgSTEM
• Repaired tennis courts and re-built basketball court
• New telephone system, new hardware & software for Town Hall departments
• Town Hall is now open five days a week (previously was only four days)
• Secured eight grants for $85,000
• Re-organized Recycling Center to save money and offer more services
• Lowered Hazardous Waste Day expense for Bridgewater
• Started sharing Resident State Trooper program and its expense with Roxbury
• Updated police equipment and office, hired new officers
• New sharing arrangement with Fire Department for police private duty expense
• Structural Engineer reviews of Grange and Library
• Hired architects to make plans for Senior Center addition and Grange
• Made new policies for Town Employees and Town Right-of-Ways
• Active at regional meetings for Western CT Council of Governments
• Manage Regional Animal Control daily business and budget for five towns
• Increased Town-sponsored events: Tractor Parade, Tree Lighting, etc.
• New Town website and more presence on Facebook & town e-mails
• Town publicity and presentations to area realtors about Bridgewater
• New video promoting town on website and for realtor handouts
• New brochure to hand out to realtors and at public venues
• Hired part-time public relations & events coordinator (Carolan Dwyer)
• Lowered property taxes in 2014/15 and kept them low in 2015/16