Linda has been on the Dryden Town Board since 2012. She is a 40+ year resident of Dryden and raised her two children here. Her work on the board helped the town save thousands of dollars in legal fees by bringing in pro bono attorneys to successfully defend Dryden and ensure the protection of the green spaces that Linda loves. Linda recently retired from SUNY Cortland.
“My plan in 2011 was to promote environmental advocacy and an enhanced quality of life in Dryden, and I think we succeeded beyond expectations. Now that we are less encumbered by statewide issues, we must turn our attention to maintaining local control and planning frugally and wisely for the town our children will inherit.”