Brattleboro Resident, Tony Taylor, is Standing for Election
SEVCA will be holding a public election during the week of April 3rd to elect a ‘Client Representative’ to its Board from the Brattleboro area. SEVCA needs representatives of low-income residents in its service area to ensure that there are Board members who can speak on their behalf about what people need to cope with financial hardship and become self-reliant. It’s a unique opportunity for local residents to help effectively direct SEVCA’s resources and services to achieve its mission to alleviate suffering and lift people out of poverty.
Tony Taylor has declared that he will be running for election to that position. Tony is a resident of Brattleboro and has lived there for 15 years with his wife and three children. He attended school in Rutland and graduated from Rutland High School in 1997. Tony has served on the Board of Directors of the Turning Point Recovery Center, which provides treatment for drug and alcohol addiction, and has also been on the receiving end of needed services. He is a former client of our Micro-Business and Matched Savings programs, which helped him start a successful cleaning business – Master Floor Technicians. Tony is interested in serving on the SEVCA Board to give back for the help he has received.
SEVCA will continue accepting nominations for other Brattleboro area candidates until March 29th, and there will also be a space for a write-in candidate on the ballot. Ballots will contain a brief biography of Tony and any other announced candidates. Voting will take place at the following locations on the dates and hours listed below:
SEVCA Outreach Office, 15 Grove St., Brattleboro
April 4, 5, and 6 from 8:30 AM. to 4 PM.; April 7 from 1-4:30 PM
Windham-Windsor Housing Trust, 68 Birge St., Brattleboro
April 4, 5, 6, and 7 from 8:30 AM-4 PM
State Office Building, Economic Services, 232 Main St., 2nd Floor, Brattleboro
April 6 from 9 AM-12 PM
Westgate Apts. Community Room, 50 Westgate Drive, Brattleboro
April 4 from 1-2 PM; April 5 from 2-4 PM; April 6 from 11 AM-1 PM
Clients of SEVCA or any of the above organizations, and other low-income area residents, are invited and encouraged to vote in this election to help ensure representation of the low-income population in the Brattleboro area on the SEVCA Board. Individuals do not have to be registered voters to vote in this election. Voting can also be done by mail. To request a ballot or for more information, please call 800-464-9951, Ext. 105.