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As full-time mayor, Hinchey will succeed

Robert Groner Norwich

Publication: The Day

Published 10/26/2013 12:00 AM
Updated 10/25/2013 04:20 PM

As a devoted and engaged member of the Norwich City Council, Deb Hinchey has shown herself to be a listener and researcher, gathering all the facts and then deciding what action must be taken. She has had an eye to looking for expanded economic development and revitalization of downtown, while also fighting to reduce the tax burden of city residents.

Deb will bring department heads and commissions to the table for coordinated action, a people skill she has honed as a career social worker. As devoted as she is to her career, she will take a leave of absence from her job. She will be a constant presence at City Hall as a full-time accessible mayor, something that Norwich hasn't had. She will be there daily to meet with developers and Norwich business people to promote growth.

Norwich is at a crossroad. Vote Deb Hinchey for mayor Nov. 5 so that we can work with her to move forward.

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