We write to you today to enthusiastically endorse Daniel D’Amico for Watertown Councilor at-
As parents of children in town, we have all worked with Dan over the years and know him as a thoughtful, entrepreneurial, and forward-thinking leader. He has volunteered his time in town, most recently serving as a community member on the WFPL Strategic Planning Committee in 2020-21. He has also spent the last 15 years coaching the children of Watertown and instilling in them the values of teamwork, fair play, and hard work and we know he would bring these skills to the Town Council if elected.
Dan is a lifelong resident of Watertown and has a long history of engagement in town, yet he is committed to serving Watertown in a way that is inclusive of all views. Whether you are a fellow lifelong resident or moved here recently, Dan cares about your needs and hopes for Watertown.
Dan sees how Watertown is changing and wants to help make this change be for the better, for everyone. He has experience as a public servant, data analyst in the private sector, and a small business owner. He would use these experiences to improve the lives of all residents, make decisions that help protect the environment, and contribute to ensuring the fiscal health of the town. Dan has strong skills in analyzing data to identify problems, develop solutions, and execute them, and he also brings his project management and team building skills to the role.
Watertown is facing many challenges – related to the pandemic, responsible growth, increased traffic concerns, community building during a time of change, and more. Dan knows that we need to prioritize what we care about and improve our processes and use of data so we can gauge success and develop solutions that are both effective and fiscally responsible. We feel that Dan’s combination of skills and his inclusive and forward-thinking vision are key to leading Watertown into the future and ensuring that we leave our children with the best Watertown possible.
It is for these reasons that we are excited to endorse Daniel D’Amico for Watertown Councilor at-large and we hope you will join us in choosing him when you go to the ballot in November.
Pierre de Galbert
Megan McPeake Rodriguez
Kara Lopez Salvi
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