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Vision

Farmington will be recognized as a historic and progressive town with an engaged citizenry committed to the betterment of the entire community. To that end, high quality services will be provided to a diverse population living and working in a balanced blend of open space, residential housing and commercial properties supported by stable and equitable revenues.

 

Mission Statement for the Town Council


The Town Council shall develop policies designed to maintain and improve the quality of life for the residents of the Town of Farmington in a fiscally responsible manner, and shall identify guidelines for implementation of these policies by the Town Manager and appropriate Boards and Commissions.

 

To contact the entire Town Council, email them at towncouncil@farmington-ct.org or contact them individually at the following addresses:

Town Council Contacts
Nancy Nickerson nickersonn@farmington-ct.org
Jeffery Apuzzo apuzzoj@farmington-ct.org
Jon Landry landryj@farmington-ct.org
Peter Mastrobattista mastrobattistap@farmington-ct.org
Amy Suffredini suffredinia@farmington-ct.org
Meredith Trimble trimblem@farmington-ct.org
John Vibert vibertj@farmington-ct.org

 

Strategic Plan


Click here to view the Town of Farmington Strategic Plan. We welcome your comments and suggestions.

2014-2016 Town Council


Nancy Nickerson, Chair, Republican

45 Farmington Ridge Drive

Farmington, CT 06032

Nancy Nickerson is a life long resident of Farmington and a graduate of Farmington High School class of 1972 and Hartwick College in 1976. Nancy is married to Alan Nickerson and they have 3 children - Andrew, Liz and Becca. Nancy worked for the Supreme Court of the State of Connecticut in the office of the Reporter of Judicial Decisions. As a member of the Farmington Board of Education for 16 years, she was Chairman for 10 years and served on many committees and building projects in the schools. Nancy was appointed by Governor Jodi Rell to the Advisory Committee on Intergovernmental Relations and served on the Board of the Connecticut Association of Boards of Education. Nancy is a Corporator of the Farmington Bank and serves on the Renovations Committee for the Barney Library. She volunteers and holds offices on many community boards and organizations such as Services for the Elderly, a driver for Meals on Wheels, the Farmington Food Pantry, Friends of the Farmington Library, the Farmington Historical Society, the Farmington Land Trust, and the Farmington Village Green and Library Association.

 


 

Jeffery P. Apuzzo, Republican-Second District

19 Crosswood Road

Farmington, CT  06032

 



Jon Landry, Republican-First District

21 Fairview Drive

Farmington, CT  06032

Jon Landry and his wife, Erika, have two children, Alexis (10) and Olivia (6) who both attend Farmington Public Schools.  Jon served for four years on the Board of Education and prior to that, for two years on the Zoning Board of Appeals.  He is the Director of Information Technology for the Simon Konover Company.  Jon also serves on the Board of Directors for both the Farmington Rotary and Exchange Clubs and is the President Elect for the Exchange Club.

 



Peter Mastrobattista, Republican-First District

18 Church Street

Farmington, CT  06032

Peter Mastrobattista was born and raised in Farmington.  His wife, Laura, grew up in Unionville.  Peter and Laura have two daughters; Emma, a senior at FHS and Lily, a 6th grader at West Woods Upper Elementary School.  Peter recently finished his term on TPZ as an alternate member.  He is a 20-year member and past Assistant Chief of the Farmington Volunteer Fire Department.  Peter is Vice President of the Bass Plating Company.

 


 

Amy Suffredini, Democrat-First District

22 High Street

Farmington, CT 06032

Amy Suffredini is an attorney, former criminal prosecutor and local businesswoman.    She is a Farmington Valley real estate agent and the owner of Senior Moving Services, a company specializing in real estate transition services for seniors.  Amy is active in our community, having served as a Trustee for the Farmington Village Green Library Association, a Board Member of the Stanley-Whitman House and a Board Member of the Farmington Public School Foundation.  Amy received her law degree from Boston College Law School, and her undergraduate degree from Washington University in St. Louis, where she studied economics and politics.  

Currently, Amy is the Town Council liaison to the Town Planning and Zoning Commission, the UCONN Communications Committee, the UCONN DOC Committee, the Human Relations Commission and the Stephen A. Flis Scholarship Fund Committee.

Amy lives in Farmington with her husband Brian and their two children, Dylan and Isabella.  Amy always is available to speak with Farmington residents about town issues.  

 


 

Meredith A. Trimble, Republican-Second District

20 Hendrickson Lane

Unionville, CT  006085

Meredith Trimble has a background that includes federal and state-level government service, with the United States Federal Election Commission and the Connecticut Office of State Ethics.  Currently an ethics and compliance consultant, Meredith lives in Unionville with her husband, a local small business owner, and her children, Ian (6) and Medeleine (3).  Meredith’s community involvement includes service on the Farmington Board of Education, the Farmington Public School Foundation and the Union School PTO.

 


 

John W. Vibert, Democrat-Second District

126 Main Street

Unionville, CT 06085

John Vibert is a fourth generation native of Unionville. He attended Farmington Public Schools graduating from Farmington High School in 1968. Following his graduation from UCONN in 1972, John began a long career in the insurance industry. He recently retired from The Hartford. John lives in Unionville with his wife Dana and their children Jack, Bob, Juliet and Olivia.  

 


 

Members of the Town Council are elected at the biennial Town election in the odd-numbered years.



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