I’ve known Michael Doyle for the last two years. He’s a devoted father to his children and the sole caretaker of his nearly 96-year-old mother, who resides with him.
As a retired educator and adjunct professor at Southern Maine Community College I have experience in public education and as a business owner. Our Falmouth school system needs Doyle at the table to bring some basic business management to the process of buying goods and services that is currently sorely lacking.
As almost a lifelong resident of Falmouth, not only did I go through the school system, so did all three of my children. We’ve reached a critical point where a serious candidate, who has devoted many hours to attending workshop and board meetings and has done the homework needed to be an effective board member, should be elected. Doyle is the man we need at this time.