Caleb Hemphill has the qualities we think are important for a town councilor: the ability to analyze information carefully, a good understanding of how town government works, from budgets to building permits, and the courage and integrity to stand up for what he believes.
As an architectural preservationist by trade, he must be precise and careful. He would be the same way as a councilor. During his spare time, he has volunteered in town in everything from coaching youth soccer, baseball and softball, to building most of the trails on the town’s preserves. He has proven himself a leader in the conservation field, serving currently as the chairman of the town’s Land Management and Acquisitions Committee and vice president of the Falmouth Land Trust.
Please join me and my fellow former Town Councilors Cathy Breen, Peggy McGehee and Richard Olson in voting for Caleb Hemphill on June 10.