New Ipswich

Why Flannery is right for the job

To the editor:

Vote Lisa Flannery for Town Clerk and Tax Collector for the Town of New Ipswich on March 11.

We strongly feel that she would make an excellent candidate for reasons which we will state.

First of all, we have known Lisa for the past nine years and we have learned so much about her character. She has always been a very caring, courteous and community-minded woman with many qualities that have touched many lives in this town personally and professionally. Since we have known Lisa she has been a realtor, who is very determined to catering to the needs of the individuals she is serving, rather than her own needs. She makes it a priority to make sure she is looking at what will be more beneficial for the individual. She is always determined to meet her goals that she has set out to accomplish and she does this with integrity and dedication.

Lisa has contributed so much to this town in so many ways, whether it is with the Trustee Board, PTA, baseball, Cub Scouts, food pantry; we could go on. What is probably one of Lisa’s most admired assets and qualities is her honesty and kindness. She is truly a person that always has a warmness to her that is very welcoming when dealing with the public, and we personally feel that is imperative in these positions that she is running for. Lisa has always had a strong interest in hoping that the hours for the town office could be more accommodating for the community, including being open during lunch hours. We can honestly say she will have other positive suggestions that would support the best interest of the residents in New Ipswich without increasing the budget. She is also willing to listen to ideas from the residents and implement them where financially feasible.

By voting for Lisa Flannery, we believe this town will benefit immensely — after all, that’s what a community-minded person sets out to do, and that is what Lisa Flannery is all about. Don’t forget to vote March 11. Your write-in vote will make this happen.

John and Cheryl Jankowski

New Ipswich

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