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Endorsement Letter from Daniel Cetrone

Sudbury Seniors (60-plus year olds) make up approximately 23 percent of the population of Sudbury, 18,897 (census year 2016) and contribute approximately $25,000,000 to the town budget, in the form of real estate taxes, of just under $96,000,000. A total of 62 percent goes towards Sudbury Public Schools. Employee Benefits - Town and SPS, 13 percent; Public Safety, 8 percent; Public Works, 6 percent; General government, 3 percent; Culture and Recreation, 1 percent; Human Services, 1 percent.

Many seniors have been residents in Sudbury since the 1950s, 1960s, 1970s and beyond. I am recently retired and taking advantage of the wonderful programs and activities at the Sudbury Senior Center. I’ve met many highly educated, interesting and actively participating people who, through their tireless efforts, contribute positively toward enriching life in general in Sudbury, through senior center programs and activities. I am learning a lot from their years of experience in the working world as well as hearing the stories of their lives in general.

I’ve attended meetings of the Council on Aging and I’m beginning to get the flavor of where Sudbury (Human Services) Sudbury COA/Senior Center, Board of Health and Veterans Affairs FY 2017 $713,000.00 (1 percent) stands in view of the town government spending pie.

I support Bill Schineller and Jennifer Roberts because they have sincerely expressed to me that they are committed to supporting Sudbury seniors and their goals with the senior center. I think we can all agree that the quality of life in any community must include the entire community whatever the age of the residents may be.

Please support Bill and Jennifer on March 25, 2019.

—Daniel Cetrone, Uplook Drive

Committee to Elect Bill Schineller
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