A Dedicated partner for East Norwalk’s future

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As we head into Election Day this year, it should be noted that East Norwalk is facing a number of complex and challenging issues with long-term impacts on our community. Residents of the Third Taxing District (TTD) will have the opportunity to elect a Commissioner to be a partner in planning for our future.

Pam Parkington has the vision, the professional skills, and the unwavering dedication to doing the right thing for East Norwalk. Her good judgement and her ability to pay attention to details will help the Commission put the needs of the Third Taxing District (TTD) rate-payers front and center as we navigate the Walk Bridge project, the lowering of the East Avenue roadway, the increasing demands on the District’s parks and public spaces, as well as an electric industry that is evolving for widespread adoption of energy-saving installations like solar panels.   

Pam is a life-long resident of Norwalk and I have had the pleasure of working with her on quality of life issues. She will bring this same work ethic to providing low-cost, reliable, customer-centric electric service that makes the TTD a source of pride.

Pam’s current role as the Financial Officer for the New Canaan Library follows her experience as a business owner, and decades of experience as an accounting professional familiar with non-profit and municipal accounting standards.

Please remember to turn over your ballot and join me in casting your vote for Pamela Parkington for Commissioner of the Third Taxing District on Nov. 7th.

Debora Goldstein

Debora Goldstein is a Commissioner, resident and rate-payer of the Third Taxing District.

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