My name is Steven M. Greenberg, and my name is on the ballot for one of the two open seats on the Select Board in the upcoming town election. You might remember me from the 375th parade, where I was one proud and happy volunteer. I presently enjoy applying my skills to support our town by volunteering for several organizations in Hull including Jews of Nantasket, Hull-Nantasket Chamber of Commerce, the town’s Economic Development Committee, Hull is No Place for Hate, Friends of Nantasket Beach, and the Advisory Group for the Hull Housing Production Plan 2022-2026
I am running for Select Board because I feel that my talents and experience can be applied to assure a bright future for our town as a most pleasant and welcoming place with a certain charm to live and visit.
I have extensive community and business experience, having served in a leadership/management role in the retail, environmental, technology and nonprofit sectors in and around the Boston area both as a professional and a volunteer. I have been active in civic affairs for almost 50 years, starting in my hometown of Natick. I have a master’s degree in regional planning from Cornell University. I have served and serve now on a variety of boards of directors. Eight years ago, I served as a Peace Corps Volunteer in Armenia, where I helped start an after-school program teaching critical thinking and creative skills that continues with over 100 students in class and online today.
My family has had a home at 23 T St. since 1937. I have lived here full-time for 12 years, but spent almost every summer of my life knowing this is my happy place.
As a member of the Select Board plan to bring my leadership and management skills to support and benefit our community. I will seek to take advantage of our greatest assets – our residents, our proximity to Boston, our 400-year history as one of America’s oldest towns, and of course, our beautiful location where the sea meets the sand.
It is my belief that we can combine both our historical and environmental assets to raise more revenue for the town. This can be done with the input of our residents and others with a stake in the future of Hull. Together, we can plan and then implement the changes necessary to generate more taxes for the town from people who visit here.
Change is never easy, but together we can create a well-planned and transparent path to promote business and improve revenue from tourism (visitors) to the Town of Hull.
I am asking for your support for me as one of the two Select Board candidates you can vote for, so together we can focus on meeting the Town of Hull’s (our) present and future needs better.
Let’s do better, together!
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