Councilor Updates

  • Maddie Potts Foundation Fundraiser

    Maddie Potts Foundation is hosting its 2nd annual Jail and Bail fundraiser! My bail is set at $1100. Fundraiser can be found here. The Maddie Potts Foundation does so much for our youth and helps to spread the Maddie Mentality through scholarships and community events. Her jersey was #11 so I’m asking for $11 from […] Read more

  • January 2023 Councilor Update

    Juneteenth After receiving resolutions from Barrington and Little Compton, I requested the council discuss this holiday.  I agreed with President Trimmer that exchanging this holiday with Victory Day may be a good option. My goal was to create more positive holidays. The approved resolution did not include the exchange in holidays. Ultimately, this decision is […] Read more

  • Richmond’s Chariho Regional School Committee Representative Appointment

    The following is what I read at the 1/19/2023 TC Meeting regarding the SC Appointment. Shortened to 500 words: I take my oath to office seriously which stated in part that, “I do solemnly swear… …that I will observe the Charter and the ordinances of the Town of Richmond, and that I will faithfully discharge […] Read more

  • December 2022 Councilor Update

    In an effort to meet the town’s volunteers and open the line of communication, I have been attending the open meetings of Boards/Commissions/Committees in town. It’s great to see so many dedicated people working positively for Richmond! Having been a member of two Commissions/Committees prior to the election, I know how hard our volunteers work. […] Read more

  • Thank you, Richmond.

    November 18, 2022 As a newly elected Richmond Town Councilor, I wanted to thank all who expressed their support for my campaign by voting for me. By way of mountain bike, I have been up and down almost every street in Richmond to introduce myself to as many residents as possible. I value every conversation […] Read more