2017 Goffstown Candidate Information - Goffstown Public Library

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2017 Goffstown Candidate Information Selectman:

Sewer Commission:

Kelly Boyer Peter Georgantas

Stephen R. Crean Richard Palazzolo

Budget Committee:

Town Clerk:

Kelly Boyer (see candidate info for Selectman) Zuzana Buzzell Peter Grigorakakis Karl Soderquist (no info)

Cathleen Ball

Cemetery Trustee:

Alan H. Yeaton (no info)

Linda Reynolds Naughton (no info) Richard Palazzolo

Library Trustee: Steve Bouchard (no info) Kathleen Coughlin Samantha Homan

Planning Board: Phil D'Avanza James Raymond (no info)

Trustee of Trust Funds: Laura Paris (no info)

Zoning Board of Adjustment: School Board - 1 year position: Kristie Curtis Janet Soderquist (no info) Ellen Vermokowitz

School Board - 3 year position: Steven Dutton Jenelle Anne O’Brien (no info) Heather L. Trzepacz (no info)

All information contained in this packet was provided voluntarily by the candidates themselves, and the original Candidate Information forms are on file at the Goffstown Public Library. The library staff has not corrected misspellings or grammatical errors.

Kelly Boyer - Selectman Profession: Human Resources Information Specialist at Elliot Health System Organizations/Affiliations: Member of the Goffstown Lions Club; former two-term AmeriCorps member; Board of Directors for NH Roller Derby; Appalachia Service Project; St. Baldrick’s; Boys & Girls Club of Manchester; VA Hospital of NH, Girls Inc.; NH Food Bank; Families in Transition; Red Cross; Children’s Hospital of Dartmouth; Special Olympics; F.I.R.S.T.; YMCA; Take Back the Night; Girl Scouts of America; Manchester Animal Shelter; City Year; Volunteer NH; Toys for Tots; Easter Seals; AmeriCorps; and YWCA of Manchester, as well as serving as an international volunteer with Cross Cultural Solutions oversees to help orphaned children. Why are you running for an elected office in Goffstown? I am running for the elected office in the town of Goffstown because I believe that I can bring to the table, what the residents of Goffstown deserve. As a resident and taxpayer, I feel that it is part of my civic responsibility to serve the community that I call home. When my family and I bought our home in Goffstown, we were looking for a community to stay in forever. We wanted a place that had a quality school system, strong economic opportunities, well-maintained roads, accessible municipalities, community oriented public spaces, and most importantly, a

strong sense of community. We were fortunate to find all of those things here in Goffstown and are proud to call Goffstown our home. After we moved to Goffstown, we quickly sought to get more involved with the local community. After joining the Goffstown Lions Club we started meeting a variety of diverse Goffstown residents. Volunteering throughout town has taught me that as a community we are diverse in our opinions and views, but we all share the same commonality that we are proud to be residents of Goffstown and seek what’s best for our community. I have not lived in this town my whole life, but I am committed to living here for the rest of my life. I truly care about what happens in Goffstown and I hope to maintain our legacy while helping all residents get more involved in our progression. I believe that my specific skill set would be best utilized on the Board of Selectmen. I want to offer up a new voice for the community, a fresh perspective to progress, and a committed stance on well-informed and thought out decisions. As your next Selectwoman, I plan to work hard to make sure the many reasons we all chose this community as home will continue to foster positivity and growth that makes Goffstown a place where people want to visit, live, and stay.

Within your authority as an elected official, what issues will you be addressing to improve our community?

As your voice on the selectboard, I will be a receptive,