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Letter: Wrobleski, a thoughtful public servant

Opinion

Letter: Wrobleski, a thoughtful public servant

We would like to encourage Falmouth voters to reelect Joe Wrobleski to the Town Council. Joe has been active in our community since he and his family moved to Falmouth in 1992. He and his wife Sara have two daughters in the Falmouth school system. He has coached soccer for Falmouth Community Programs for five seasons. Joe was first elected to the council in 2006 and works as an attorney in private practice.

Since 1999, Joe has served our town in many ways. He has been a member of the Planning Board, the Comprehensive Plan Advisory Committee, the Falmouth Trails Advisory Committee and the Falmouth Corners Working Group. Joe also helped found the Pleasant Hill Neighborhood Association in 1999 where he served as a steering committee member.

Joe has worked hard on the town's behalf. He has been instrumental in the passage of several important initiatives affecting Falmouth, including requiring the new public safety building to meet energy efficient green building (LEED) standards; bringing curbside recycling to Falmouth; and reorganization of the Comprehensive Planning Committee. He has also helped with rezoning in Falmouth Corners to revitalize the area, refocusing the Route 1 study and a proposal to expand the Falmouth Shopping Center for public discussion at a forum this fall.

Joe's work demonstrates that he is an exceptional and thoughtful public servant. Please join us in reelecting Joe Wrobleski to the Falmouth Town Council.

Ned Kitchel & Charlene Post
Falmouth
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