LEDYARD TOWN COUNCIL CANDIDATES

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Linda

Davis

Linda Davis has been a Ledyard resident since 1972. She is married and has one son, a graduate of Ledyard High School. Linda has over 40 years of experience in the real estate industry and over 25 years as a technology /social media writer and educator. Linda is the administrator of the Ledyard Community Forum on Facebook, where she shares information and resources about the Town of Ledyard. She previously served as the Chair of the Ledyard Board of Education and now as the Chair of the Ledyard Town Council.  Linda is the Council Liaison to the P&R Commission and the Ledyard Beautification Committee as well as liaison and Facebook Guru to the Ledyard Farmers Market. Linda serves as the volunteer inventory supervisor at the Ledyard Food Pantry.

 

Linda believes in common-sense solutions to control spending through regionalization, reorganization, and sharing of town resources. She also actively promotes and advocates for open and transparent government.

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Steve Eichelberg 

Steve Eichelberg is a lifelong resident of Ledyard and served four terms on the Ledyard Town Council until deploying to the Middle East and Asia as a Chaplain (CPT) with the Connecticut Army National Guard. Steve served as Chair of the Administration Committee, served seven years on the Economic Development Committee, three years as Chair. Steve worked at Sonalysts, Inc. for thirty years as a Project Leader/Engineer. He holds a B.S. in Computer Science, an M.A. in Religion with a Leadership and Business Ethics focus, and is a candidate for a Doctor of Ministry, with a Military Ministry focus. Steve is an NRA Life Member. 

 

With many years' experience as a small businessman, Town Councilor, and EDC member, Steve has the understanding and leadership skills to address the issues facing Ledyard's residents. He is committed to ethical, accountable government, quality services, and education, promoting limited spending, regionalization, and economic growth. 

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Tim
Ryan

Tim Ryan, along with his wife Amy and twin girls, is a recent transplant to Ledyard in 2019, although he has been a resident of Southeastern CT since 2003 when Tim started his employment at Electric Boat. Tim holds a BS in Mechanical Engineering, as well as a Masters in Engineering Management, and has a history of community/public involvement. Before moving to Ledyard, Tim served on New London’s Charter Review Board, Planning & Zoning Commission, and served as the Vice-Chair for New London’s Republican Town Committee. Last year, Tim was appointed to serve on Ledyard’s Planning & Zoning Commission.

 

Tim believes in procedural & fiscal transparency for government and strategic and logical methods of budgeting that ensure the primary needs of residents and their families are met balanced against what the town can afford. Tim is also a proponent of regionalization and shared resource approaches where they make sense, working with surrounding communities to share the burden of providing common services in a mutually beneficial way. Additionally, Tim supports efforts to continue making Ledyard more attractive to business while ensuring integration into the fabric of the town, maintaining what has attracted many people – including my family – to move here.  

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Kevin Dombrowski

Kevin Dombrowski is a member of the Ledyard Town Council where he serves as long-time Chair of the Land Use Committee. In the past, he has served on several Land Use Boards and Commission including Zoning Commission, Zoning Board of Appeals, and the Economic Development Committee, making his a valuable resource for Land Use issues. He has also served as Town Council representative on the Economic Development Commission. Kevin and his wife have been Ledyard residents since 1998. Electric Boat has employed Kevin for over 30 years.  

 

Kevin is a huge proponent of re-development of existing commercial areas in Gales Ferry and Ledyard Center. He encourages land-use regulations that allow for better development while maintaining Ledyard's rural character. He supports the need for preserving the quality of necessary services and education.  

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Andra

Ingalls

Andra Ingalls is a current member of the Ledyard Town Council, serving on the Finance Committee and as Chair of the Administration Committee. Previously, she served on Ledyard's Board of Education and the Social Services Board.  Andra has earned a Bachelor of Science in family studies from the University of Connecticut and a Master of Public Administration from Regent University. Currently, she is working for LifeFAQs, a nonprofit which places mentors with at-risk students in public schools and is also working as a special projects assistant in the Plainville Town Manager's office. Andra has more than 20 years of experience working with children and families and is a 16+ year homeschool veteran. She has been married to her husband Scott since 1992. Together they have raised their four children, ages of 18-23. 

 

Andra believes in small government, sustainable decisions, open communication among all community stakeholders, and working toward the well-being of the community we all call home. 

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John Marshall

John Marshall, his wife, Kimlyn and his three children have been Ledyard residents since 2000. Kimlyn was born and raised here and brought her family back to attend the Ledyard school system. John has been a tool designer and draftsman for the first ten years after high school, and a union carpenter for 26 years. In the past, he has served on the finance committee, the administration committee, and was chairman of the community services committee. John also works as a liaison to the Ledyard Emergency services and the Permanent Municipal Building Committee. Johns knowledge of construction has proven beneficial in Ledyard's Building projects, adding insight and cost-saving measures. He volunteers at Ledyard Animal Control and the Gales Ferry Fire Department.  

 

John is a firm believer in open and honest government, continuous improvement to our schools and senior services, and strong leadership with conservative values.