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Letter: Keep Fairfield Attractive and Affordable; Vote Tymniak, McArdle

Chris Tymniak and Laurie McArdle
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FAIRFIELD, Conn. -- The Fairfield Daily Voice accepts signed letters to the editor. Please send letters to

To the editor:

Fairfield has an opportunity Nov. 3 to elect an energetic and responsible team for First Selectman and Selectman, Chris Tymniak and Laurie McArdle.

Both own homes in Fairfield, paying property taxes on them, and have children in our schools. I believe in a "common sense" way of governing and these two candidates can put aside partisan politics to achieve the greater good for our town. Mike Tetreau is a good man, but he is not the leader we need and it is time for change. Chris and Laurie have the fire in their bellies and an invested interest to keep Fairfield an attractive and affordable place to live.

As a first-time candidate for RTM in district 9, I want to work with Chris, Laurie and all other RTM members, regardless of party affiliation, to keep Fairfield the great town it is.

My son will enter the Fairfield school system in a few short years and I want him and all our children in town to continue to get a top-notch education. Chris can create a budget that fully funds the school system without continuing unsustainable tax increases as we have seen the last four years.

We need candidates who are ready to roll up their sleeves and go to bat for those of us living here especially those of us paying property taxes in town. Please join me in voting for Tymniak and McArdle.

Nick Aysseh

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