Thursday, September 12, 2013

Candidate Bio: Jeremy Clark (R) for Planning & Zoning

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Candidate Bio: Jeremy Clark (R) for Planning & zoning

I would be honored for the opportunity to serve the City of Middletown on the Planning and Zoning Commission on the Republican Slate
Middletown Public Schools, Riverside Academy 
(Grades 3-5)
Held leadership positions and participated in various activities while attending Middletown High School including
Wesleyan University Upward Bound             
 Cross Country
Future Farmers of America                              
University of Connecticut, College of Agriculture and Natural Resources, 2010
Natural Resources; Bachelor of Science
Activities:  Forest management on UConn Forest, UConn Timber Team
Following education I was employed by the Connecticut Department of Energy & Environmental Protection as a durational forester managing state forest lands until April 2013.
I currently assist landowners throughout Connecticut with land/forest management planning and provide technical services as a licensed forester.  I am dedicated to promoting wise forest stewardship and conservation of open space for our future descendants to enjoy and benefit from.
I would be honored to serve the City of Middletown Planning and Zoning Commission with my skills and knowledge related to natural resource planning, while gaining experience in local government and town planning.

Professional Associations
Society of American Foresters, Connecticut Forest & Park Association

Jeremy Clark also owns his own business: Clark Forestry Services


  1. Hottest republican candidate since Brett Hasbrouck

  2. Hottest republican candidate since Brett Hasbrouck

  3. A terrific young man with a bright future!

  4. Great to see some new blood in GOP - good luck Jeremy!

  5. Good luck Jeremy, you are much more credentialed than someone who claims to be qualified because or his mere attendance at P & Z meetings.


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