Lisa has the remarkable ability to have her finger on the pulse of Norwalk.
Starting in 2008 Lisa’s Red Apples became the leading force to turn around our school system. She worked tirelessly to get reform-minded Board of Ed candidates elected. In the face of significant opposition, she worked with the new Board to achieve Dr. Adamowski becoming our new Superintendent.
Starting in 2014 Lisa turned her energies toward reforming our outdated zoning code. When the charter revision did not include those needed zoning reforms, Lisa mobilized the community opposition to successfully defeat that charter reform.
In 2017 and again this year Lisa has been running for Mayor. Her message about balanced growth increasingly resonates with those who do not want Norwalk to become a Stamford or a New Haven.
Lisa has been my friend all these years, and I am happy to support her on Election Day.