|Address||5 Sycamore Ln |
Essex Junction, Vermont , United States
|| January 24, 1949
Jan 27, 2015 12:45am
|Info|| resident of Essex Junction for 22 years and Vermont for 34, Tim grew up in Stamford, Connecticut, graduated from Stamford High (1966), the University of Connecticut (1970?BA, Political Science), and Northeastern University (1975?M.ed. Education). He has worked at the Vermont Student Assistance Corporation for the past 27 years, as an Outreach counselor, Director of Publications , Director of Development, and Director of Human Resources. Tim has two grown daughters, Kate and Jenna, who attended Summit, Fleming, ADL, and Essex High School before going on to college. While they were growing up, Tim coached soccer and basketball through the youth recreation leagues. |
In 2001, he was elected to his first term as a Village Trustee, filling the remaining year of Trustee Yandow?s term when he was elected Village President at the same time. Re-elected to a full three year term in 2002, Tim has also served as an alternate rep. to the CCMPO (Chittenden County Metropolitan Planning Commission). He is currently serving as Essex Jct.?s rep. to the Regional Planning Commission?s Housing Goals Task Force, which is looking at county housing unit needs for the next 10 years. Tim is an executive board member of Essex CHIPS (Community Helping Inspire People to Succeed), an active member of the Recreation Department Advisory Committee, a Youth Mentor, and a volunteer for several community organizations including COTS (Committee on Temporary Shelter). He was the United Way Coordinator for many years at VSAC. He recently served as vice-chair of the Park Street School Committee and regularly attends meetings of the Planning and Zoning Commissions, School Boards, Downtown Development, and Saxon Hill property sub-committee. He volunteers locally for Greenup Day, the Village Block Party, Winter Carnival, Memorial Day Parade, summer concert series, senior meals, and more.
For exercise, Tim likes to jog around the village in his spare time. He has lived on Pleasant Street, Mohawk Avenue, and now on South Hill Drive.
In November, 2002, Tim ran for one of the two House seats in the Vermont legislature from Essex Junction as a democrat, finishing third in a six-person field of candidates. He is hoping to be elected to the House on November 2, 2004. Tim is vice-chair of the local Essex Democrats and was an active volunteer for the presidential campaign of former Vermont governor Howard Dean.