Resident supports Aimee Berger-Girvalo’s re-election as Ridgefield’s State Rep.

Below is a letter to the editors in this week's Wilton Bulletin. If you would like to have a letter published, send it to editor@wiltonbulletin.com by noon on Monday. The word limit of 500 words is strictly enforced. Below is a Letter to the Editor from this week's Ridgefield Press. If you'd like to have a letter to the editor run next week, email letters to news@TheRidgefieldPress.com. Deadline is 1 p.m. and word count is 300 words.

Below is a letter to the editors in this week's Wilton Bulletin. If you would like to have a letter published, send it to editor@wiltonbulletin.com by noon on Monday. The word limit of 500 words is strictly enforced. Below is a Letter to the Editor from this week's Ridgefield Press. If you'd like to have a letter to the editor run next week, email letters to news@TheRidgefieldPress.com. Deadline is 1 p.m. and word count is 300 words.

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I support Aimee Berger-Girvalo’s re-election as Ridgefield’s State Representative because she supports civil liberties, access to healthcare, and environmental protections.

As an Inland Wetlands Board member, I appreciate Aimee’s efforts on the Environment Committee, the Transportation Committee, and the Health Care Committee. She has played a vital role in introducing legislation to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by expanding public and private utilization of electric vehicles. She also supported an act that establishes an Office of Aquatic Invasive Species and an act that authorizes bonding for bikeways and greenways.

Aimee Berger-Girvalo is committed to bringing green energy to Connecticut and allocating resources to protect Connecticut’s natural resources and waterways. That’s why the League of Conservation Voters gave her a score of 100% on their Environmental Scorecard. Thanks to her track record of commitment to health and the environment, I endorse her continued tenure and dedication to fresh ideas that directly benefit Ridgefield.

Tracey Miller

Town of Ridgefield Inland Wetlands Board

Ramapoo Road