Write-In Candidates for the April 9, 2022 Election
Here are the candidates for write-in for the April 9, 2022 election who have submitted a bio to me. If you are planning to run as a write-in candidate, please contact me so I can add your information below. Hit me on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook.
Steve Wasserman, 3 Indian Hill Road
Steve and his family have lived in Burlington since 1972. Steve is no stranger to town government, having served as a member of the Library Board of Trustees for 16 years, and after taking some time away from public life, he is ready to continue his long history of serving our community. Steve has extensive property management expertise, including managing and developing affordable and mixed-use properties, and he currently serves as Vice Chair for the B'nai B'rith Senior Housing Management Committee; this property has nearly 400 units under management and another 125 under construction. Steve believes his experience in many of the Housing Authority’s areas of responsibility and his demonstrated commitment to our town would make him a strong addition to the Board.
Town Meeting Member
Amanda Laskowski, 43 Mill Street
Amanda is a special education teacher with the Lexington public schools and is a current Precinct 2 Town Meeting member running as a write in candidate for Precinct 1, having been redistricted due to the last census. Amanda has lived in Burlington since April 2018. She has a kindergartner at Fox Hill, as well as 8-month-old twin boys. When not chasing children around, tending to the garden, or attending to another DIY house project, she's looking for ways for Burlington to be a place that is welcoming to all. There are a lot of potential projects happening in Burlington now and in the near future, and making sure that everyone's voice is heard is important. She is hoping to help Burlington reach its fullest potential by asking for precinct one voters to write her in on April 9th!
Ernest Zabolotny, 33 Paulson Drive
As a long time resident of Burlington, since 1971, Ernest Zabolotny is a relative newcomer to civic political functions. At around 2005, he became interested in local governance through suggestion by a neighbor who was a member of the Planning Board. As a TM member he has served on the Land Use Committee and the Capital Budget Committee which he considers are the closest to his interests in long-term planning, energy and environmental issues and civic economic health. His primary effort over the last 15 years of involvement in Town affairs was to encourage and assist in obtaining State and Federal resources where they may be available to support local community infrastructure growth and development.