Heller: Representing a younger generation

I recently had the pleasure to spend a little time with Oscar Heller, who is running for a three-year seat on the Brattleboro Selectboard. Oscar has been actively engaged in local government for a number of years, serving on the town Finance Committee.

He is a local entrepreneur who runs a web design business and has gained an understanding of what it takes for a small business to survive in this area. Oscar is smart, and he makes it clear that he cares very much about making sure that the potential of Brattleboro and its citizens is promoted.

The town needs representation from a younger generation, and Oscar fits the bill as a 35 year old. The younger generation will be losing a voice on the Selectboard because Ian Goodnow is not seeking re-election. Oscar is the best replacement as a voice for his generation on the board.

The election is March 5. Please vote in person or by mail in ballot.

Richard Davis


This letter to the editor was written for The Commons.

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