How we address the major issues Glastonbury faces today— distinguishing between what is nice and what is necessary to spend your hard earned tax dollars on, open space acquisition, and the redevelopment of the town center—will have a significant impact on our town’s quality of life in the future. That is why I run. Please feel free to contact me at 860-633-9788 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Tom was elected twice to the Board of Education and twice to the Town Council in the 1980s. He returned to public service in 2011 with his reelection to the Town Council. He also has served as President of the Glastonbury Land Heritage Coalition. He and his wife, Chris Gullotta, have resided in Glastonbury for more than forty years. They have one son, Bernie, and a Golden Retriever, Nellie. Recently retired from a teaching position at Eastern Connecticut State University and as CEO of a children’s social service agency, Tom is the senior advisor to the non-profit “Serve Here CT.” He continues to write about social science issues, and is the senior editor of the book series: Issues in Childrens’ and Families’ Lives.