Hudson - Litchfield News 2 - February 4, 2011
Candidates for Litchfield Offices
Selectmen (2 for 3 Year Term) Frank Byron M. Patricia Jewett Brent T. Lemire
Budget Committee (2 for 3 Year Term) Chris Pascucci Raymond C. Peeples Jr. Trustee to Trust Fund (1 for 3 Year Term) No Candidate Library Trustee (2 for 3 Year Term) Peggy Drew Cemetery Trustees (1 for 3 Year Term) Road Agent (1 for 2 Year Term) John E. Pinciaro
Treasurer (1 for 3 Year Term) Sharon Harding Reed Town Clerk/Tax Collector (1 for 3 Year Term) Theresa L. Briand School Board Clerk (1 for 3 Year Term) Lynn Baddeley School Board Treasurer (1 for 3 Year Term) Lynn Baddeley School District Moderator (1 for 3 Year Term) John G. Regan School Board Member (1 for 3 Year Term) Cynthia Couture Patricia D’Alleva
Their Hats are In the Ring
by Doug Robinson Hudson voters will have a choice at the upcoming elections at making a change of who runs Hudson’s affairs with the Board of Selectmen, School Board, and Library Trustees. All other candidates on the ballot are either incumbents, or running unopposed. For selectmen, long-time Hudson resident and
town servant, Ken Massey, has decided not to run for re-election as Hudson Selectman. As a result, Ted Luzey and Marilyn McGrath have thrown their hats into the race and will be competing for the one vacant seat. Two Library Trustee seats will be available, and three candidates have applied. Connie Owen (Incumbent), Jennifer Chale, and Judith Manning- Mullins have announced their candidacy for Library Trustee.
We are excited that Enterprise Bank has opened a Branch in Hudson...
The Trustee of the Trust Fund has one three-year term seat open and no candidates applied. Patti Barry will be running unopposed to regain her seat as Hudson’s Town Clerk/Tax Collector and Michael Bucynski (Incumbent), John Drabinowicz (Incumbent), and Stuart Schneiderman will be running for the three Budget Committee seats that are open.
Incumbent Cemetery Trustee Brad Seabury will be running unopposed, and Code of Ethics members Diane Sirvydas (Incumbent) and Dianne Emanuelson (Incumbent) will also be running unopposed to re-gain their elected seats. The Hudson School Board will have four candidates running for two open seats. Lee Lavoie (Incumbent), Amy Souse, Normand Martin, and Keith Pearce have announced their candidacy for the School Board.
Enterprise Bank Now Open by Doug Robinson
As the cold and wet snow covers their new sign, Enterprise Bank, located on Lowell Road, offers their customers a full palate of service offerings, which will bring warmth and comfort to their customers.
Enterprise Bank teams “help create successful businesses, jobs, wealth, and vibrant communities,” states Chief Executive Officer Jack Clancy. “Enterprise Bank is a vital leader and economic engine in the communities we serve. Because we live in the communities we serve, we
are held to a high level of personal accountability and trust. Over the years, our commitment to earn this trust has fueled our growth.” Enterprise Bank will be open Monday through
Friday until 5 p.m., as well as open Saturday until 12:30 p.m. The drive-up will be open at 8:30 a.m. Monday through Saturday. As a community bank, Enterprise has an unwavering commitment to the core values of deeply caring about their employees and, in turn, “our employees care deeply about the well-being of our customers and communities we serve.”
We began working with Enterprise Bank in 1989 when we owned a chain of variety stores in Lowell. After selling that business in 1997, we opened Red Brick Clothing Company in Pelham, NH and continued to work with Enterprise Bank because of the great service, responsiveness and expertise of their team. In 2004, the business had grown and we needed to move into a larger facility in a new town which was a little further from the Enterprise branch we had worked with for so many years. However, working with a bank that is committed to remaining a community bank is very important to us.
We are so happy that Enterprise Bank is opening a new branch in Hudson. It is much closer to our company. Meeting Alvin Oasan, the new branch manager, is like meeting a good friend you haven’t seen for many years and feeling like nothing has changed. Enterprise Bankers are personally committed to the community and their customers.
In fact, we have already begun working together in community-related initiatives.”
Left to right – Alvin Oasan, Branch Relationship Manager, VP; Marie F. Mayotte & Jerry Mayotte, Owners, Red Brick Clothing Co., and Matthew Bryant, Commercial Lending Officer
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