Selectman Sarah Neuman Is an Organizer With Long Experience Leading Groups in Town

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To the editor:

Sarah Neuman is a skilled organizer, effective communicator, and selfless advocate for others. Her candidacy for the Board of Selectmen meets the needs of our town.

We met Sarah almost 20 years ago and have been continually impressed with her caring and dedication towards others that has extended to the town of Darien. Our families bonded through our children and have remained very close over the prior two decades.

Through her volunteer work, Sarah delivers a positive experience for the people and businesses of Darien. Multiple leadership positions at Hindley, Middlesex and Darien High School were predated by leadership within the Junior League, an organization dedicated to community improvement.

These experiences developed skills that led to efficient implementation of policies, orderly and effective involvement of parents in schools, and enhanced infrastructure by supporting communication between school administration and families.

She achieves this by listening to her peers, leveraging her skills, and developing and executing well thought out plans to bring about lasting community change.

Because of her desire for continued collaboration in support of community growth, acceptance of diversity, and her unwillingness to accept the status quo, Sarah continued to provide input to the town’s direction via the Representative Town Committee.

This successful service led to her election to the Board of Selectmen where she serves faithfully through this current term.

Town government always has a long to-do list. Sarah will continue to work for us, listening, discussing, deciding, and owning issues. She will ensure high priority issues receive the required attention to reach efficient resolution. We encourage you to support her continued service to the Board of Selectmen.

Liane Zielinski, Oakshade Avenue

Denise Krueger, Hollow Tree Ridge Road

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