Daniel Clark announces candidacy for Milton Select Board
Since moving to Milton with my wife and two young children, we immediately experienced what a special community we have. I am excited to formally announce that I am running to be a member of the Select Board.
As a Town Meeting Member and Vice-Chair of the Fire Station Building Committee (FSBC) has provided me with a clear perspective of the significant Town-wide challenges that will require thoughtful planning and genuine leadership to solve appropriately. I bring solid experience and judgment from my role as a parent, an engineer, partner at my engineering firm, and I am someone who believes in working proactively instead of reactively.
I have enjoyed using those talents contributing to the FSBC, but I feel I can give back and contribute even more as a member of Milton’s Select Board.
Milton is a remarkable community that has thrived for generations and I see even greater potential and opportunity for our town and its citizens amid our current challenges. Our current Select Board works incredibly hard to represent the best interests of the Town as a collective, and I want to aid them in their efforts. I want to be a strong voice and ally for our constituents — from every student that walks through the door at Milton
Public Schools to our seniors that deserve to retire in the community that they spent years supporting.
We are at a critical time where the choices made by our Select Board in the coming months and years will leave a long-lasting impact on future decades in our Town. I believe that the decision process should be based on facts, impartiality, and utilitarianism. We should not let the politics of individuality, nostalgia or fear dictate the decisions we make as a community.
Between now and election day, I look forward to talking with and hearing from as many residences. To learn more about me or follow our campaign please visit www.votedanclark.com or www.facebook.com/votedanclark. I am eager to hear your perspective about how I can best work for you, as we guide Milton’s future through the next decade. I ask for your feedback and one of your two Select Board votes on Tuesday, April 28, 2020