Legislative Council

  • Much To Be Grateful For

    To the Editor:

    This past weekend I had so much to be grateful for.  After spending the Thanksgiving holiday with my family, on Sunday, I was sworn in to serve on Newtown's Legislative Council representing District 1.

    I want to express my most heartfelt gratitude to the voters who showed confidence that I will repre-sent their best interests, and to my friends and supporters who advocated for my being seated in this post. I will do my very best as I endeavor to serve the people of Newtown and the wonderful community we are part of.

  • Challenges Ahead

    To the Editor:

    Thank you Newtown for affording me the honor of serving you for another term on the Legislative Council.

    Our town faces many challenges just as our state and nation does.  It is my hope that we will, collaboratively, be able to tackle those challenges and advance our community. I look forward to working with my colleagues to make this happen.

    Thank you again.

    Best regards,
    George Ferguson
    Legislative Council, District 1
    49 Taunton Hill Road, Newtown     November 4, 2015

  • Fact-Driven Common Sense

    To the Editor:

    I would like to thank the voters in District 3 for reelecting me to the Legislative Council.  I would also like to thank all those who supported my positive campaign in any way.

    I look forward to continuing my role on the council with fact-driven common sense decisions that benefit Newtown. I am once again humbled by the trust Newtown has placed in me to be a servant of the town.  I would also like to give special thanks to my wife, Jennifer, and congratulate her on her new role on the Edmond Town Hall Board of Managers.

  • Appreciative And Hopeful

    To the Editor:

    I’m writing to say thank you to the voters of District 1 for allowing me to continue my role as your Democratic Legislative Council representative. I truly appreciate the opportunity.

  • Forward As A Community

    To the Editor:

    Thank you to the all of the Newtown residents who came out yesterday and voted.  It was great to see and talk with many of you at the Reed School.  Thank you especially to those who reelected me to the Legislative Council on behalf of District 2! The support and encouragement I received during my campaign was beyond anything I could have anticipated and is much appreciated.

  • For A Better Community

    To the Editor:

    I would like to say thank you to the voters who came out to the polls this week. I am again honored to represent District 2 on the Legislative Council for a third term.

    Just as before, I am committed to working with the rest of the council and all the people of Newtown to better our community.  As we move ahead, I again look forward to hearing your ideas and concerns.  You can write to me at the address below, or drop me an email at any time at DanielTHo-nan@gmail.com.

  • Honored To Serve

    To the Editor:

    I am honored to have been selected as one of district two’s representatives on the Legislative Council for the next two years. Thank you to all those who took the time to vote.

    Newtown is a very special town, and I am so happy to have been able to raise my children here. There are so many things to be proud of they are hard to count. First and foremost the wonderful people I have gotten to know over the years who give so generously of their time and volunteer to serve on a board or a commission.

  • A Collegial Group Of Volunteers

    To the Editor:

    I am writing to thank my neighbors and fellow residents of District 3 who took the time out of their busy schedules to vote in an “off year” election.  I am truly honored that you found me worthy of representing you on the Legislative Council for another term.

  • Looking At All The Angles

    To the Editor:

  • Hearing All The Voices In A Debate

    To the Editor: