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Community First with Mary Bylone

MEET MARY

Mary Bylone is an active member of the Colchester community. With diverse local experience as a member of the Board of Education, the Colchester Lion’s Club, the Colchester Garden Club, and the Colchester Business Association, Mary is in tune with the needs of our community and she has the experience to deliver real results. Mary began her career as a nurse and has over 30 years of leadership experience as a healthcare professional. She moved to Colchester over a decade ago, choosing our town because of the incredible community and natural beauty that she gets to enjoy every day with her wife and four dogs.

Mary Bylone

A MASTER PLAN FOR COLCHESTER

Colchester needs leaders that think ahead and plan for our future. Mary will take the time to listen to residents and bring people together to think about Colchester’s long-term future and develop a plan to drive Colchester’s growth and development.

MARY’S COMMUNITY PRIORITIES

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Promote economic development and bring better-paying jobs to Colchester by identifying opportunities for business growth and minimizing bureaucratic red tape for businesses and farms.

Provide a continuous focus on public safety and security with an emphasis on developing 24/7 emergency services coverage.

Enhance accessibility for seniors in a new and expanded facility where support for additional programing and transportation is key.

Support ongoing growth and excellence in public education by working with community stakeholders.

Increase opportunities for recreational activities at the Rec Plex and Town Green and designate more foot and bike paths.

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Mary For Colchester
Mary For Colchester
Great presentation by Colchester Youth Services last night about the dangers of vaping.

I was surprised to learn that a survey of our schools showed one in three high school students has tried vaping. There is still so much we don't know about the long term effects of this, but we do know that 33 people have lost their lives as a result of it in 2019. Many students attended the presentation, but we will have to continue our efforts as a community to combat and educate against this new epidemic.
Mary For Colchester
Mary For Colchester
Come to “Community Conversations” today. Maria’s Pizza. 7:30-9 am
Mary For Colchester
Mary For Colchester
Mary For Colchester
Colchester Seniors know it's time to build a new Senior Center. But despite forming a new Senior Center Building Committee, town management under the direction of the First Selectman are STILL privately saying they don't expect to bond for this project for more than three years. The truth is buried in the town's latest S&P rating report.

When I'm elected, I will make sure the Senior Center project is a priority and that we examine all possible sources of funding to move this long-overdue project forward in a fiscally responsible way.

Vote Mary Bylone for First Selectman on November 5th.
Mary For Colchester
Mary For Colchester
When we identify a problem in our community, we can't just say "it can't be fixed." Instead, we have to develop potential solutions. That doesn't mean every problem can be solved overnight, but no problem can be fixed by shrugging our shoulders and giving up. I won't give up.

Vote for Mary Bylone for First Selectman on November 5th.
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VOTE MARY BYLONE FOR FIRST SELECTMAN ON NOV. 5, 2019