Lincoln Town Election, Monday, March 30th
My Core Values:
Preserve Town Character, Strengthen our Community, Respect our Land
Our Zoning Bylaw is an expression of these same core values, allowing us to manage growth and change responsibly while respecting our historic and rural heritage. We benefit in Lincoln from the farsighted, altruistic actions of residents who placed large tracts of land in conservation and adopted zoning with sensitive development controls. We are all stewards of this precious legacy.
Continue to Support the Planning Board’s Mission
We’ve seen significant change during my 12 years on the Planning Board. I’m proud to have contributed to the Board’s work on the redevelopment of the Mall at Lincoln Station, the Commons in Lincoln (formerly The Groves), and the Comprehensive Long Range Plan. I’ve been the Board’s liaison to the massive Route 2 project and the lead member for issues such as Hanscom Field, Minuteman National Park, and cell towers. My background in engineering and law has been helpful throughout.
The five members of our Planning Board are a team who work to create an environment that welcomes citizen input, balancing the rights and concerns of all. We maintain Lincoln’s unique character by combining town-wide planning with sensitive consideration of proposals on a project-by-project basis.
Public Sector-Municipal: Lincoln Planning Board; Lexington Planning Board; Hanscom Field Advisory Commission; Route 2 Oversight Committee; Battle Road Scenic Byway Committee; Planning Board Liaison to the Hanscom Area Towns Committee; Cambridge Reservoir Watershed Committee.
Public Sector-State: Economic Development Industry Specialist in the administration of Governor William Weld
Private Sector: President, Technical Collaborative, Inc., an electronics R&D firm.
Education: M.I.T., B.S., M.S., Ph.D. in Electrical Engineering; Boston College Law School, J.D.
Contact Info: 781 259-1080; firstname.lastname@example.org; 21 Mill Street.