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Great Town Events

Walking the Walk, Talking the

Scott Flaherty, Oxford's candidate for First Selectman, recently joined Senator Chris Murphy's Walk Across Connecticut for a half-mile in Southbury and Middlebury. The two discussed local as well as national issues, and the Senator promised to visit Oxford in the future. He took a break from the walk, buying lunch at Patty's Pantry.

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Every Summer Saturday,
10 am - 2 p.m.
Farmer's Market & Greenspace

Local vendors will be set up next to the Oxford Center Fire Station on Rte. 67.

Monday, Sept. 25
Lions Club Golf Tournament

To be held at Oxford Greens. For more information, click here.

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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

The Town Committee meets
on the second Wednesday
of each month,
7:30 P.M., Town Hall.
You are always welcome.
 

From the left: John T. Powers, Betsi Hellman, Scott Flaherty, Christin Kimball, and Pete Zbras. Not shown: Margaret West.

Democrats in Oxford unanimously nominated Scott Flaherty as their candidate for First Selectman, at their caucus on July 17.

Flaherty made his political debut last year, as a candidate for state representative in the 131st district. He is a bar manager and long-time Oxford resident, who worked for more than ten years at the Oxford House, on Rte. 67.

“I look forward to working with both sides,” he said after the caucus. “The current polarized climate is not helping anyone.”

The other candidates are:
John T. Powers, for a seat on the Board of Finance. A veteran of the U.S. Navy Submarine Service, he most recently served as a senior project team lead for AT&T in Meriden.

Christin Kimball, for a seat on the Board of Education. She is the founder and owner of Sasstastic Designs, in Oxford, which develops and designs corporate identity and branding for independent business owners. She is also an adjunct professor of communications at Southern Connecticut State University.

Pete Zbras, for a seat on the Planning and Zoning Commission. He has been an alternate on the board since 2013.

Betsi Hellman, for a seat on the Zoning Board of Appeals. A town resident for more than 25 years, she founded the Oxford Library Foundation in 1999. She and her husband own two small businesses in the town: Aeroturn LLC, which manufactures turnstiles, and Brighton & Hove Ltd., an engineering consulting firm.

Margaret West, for Town Clerk. She is the long-serving incumbent in that office.

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