Board of Estimate and Taxation
Miriam Kreuzer, Leslie Moriarty, Laura Erickson,
Stephen Selbst, David Weisbrod, Jeff Ramer Front to back, left to right
What We Stand For
We are running for control of the BET to advocate for the community values that are widely shared. Shortfalls in the current management of the Town are compromising progress towards these shared values. We are focused on common sense government that addresses problems and plans for the future while keeping taxes low. You should expect your elected leaders to make the decisions that make Greenwich the town we want to live in:
One where the needs of the children in the public schools are met with with effective teachers and classroom supports in accessible and updated school buildings;
One where appropriate fire coverage is available to all our residents and businesses;
One where Town services provide a safety net for residents in their times of need;
One where Town facilities are improved to provide the amenities that residents deserve– including our civic centers, playing fields, safe bicycle routes, parks and beaches;
One where long-term planning is a focus– addressing the impacts of climate change as well as the challenges of the Town’s increasing capital investment requirements; and
One where good financial management accomplishes these objectives with the lowest possible
We can deliver on these goals only if we win majority control. Click here to show your support!
What’s at Stake
We are committed to these goals, but we need to win control of the BET to accomplish them. The BET majority and the critical tie-breaking vote are given to the party with the highest cumulative vote total for its BET candidates. There are 12 candidates on the ballot and you are able to vote for up to six candidates.
We urge you to vote for all six BET Democratic candidates.
BET elections matter. Vote for all six Democrats. Spread the word.
(Caucus Leader) is in her third term on the BET, serving on the Budget Committee.
She was a Board of Education member for eight years, with two years as Chair, as well as
a member of the RTM. Her community experience also includes serving as President
of the PTA Council and
Co-President of North Street School PTA. Professionally,
she was Group Vice President for W.R. Grace and VP of Business Development for Baker and Taylor. She holds
a BA from Wesleyan University and an MBA from Harvard Business School.
is a current BET member in her second term, serving on the Audit Committee. She is an experienced member of Town government, serving four years on the Board of Education including one year as Chair. As a member of the RTM for over 12 years, she served on the Finance and Health & Human Services Committees. Her past volunteerism also includes PTA Co-President of Greenwich High School and Riverside School. She is a current Board Member of United Way and Norwalk Community College Foundation. In her professional career, she was a banker in the technology sector. She holds a BA from Middlebury College.
is a current BET Member in her first term, serving on the Human Resources and Investment Advisory Committees. She was a member of the RTM, serving as the liaison to the Retirement Board. Her community volunteerism includes Greenwich Academy Parents Association Treasurer and ESL tutor for Family Centers. Professionally, Miriam was Goldman Sachs Executive Director Hedge Fund Strategies Global Macro Co-Head of Research. She holds a BA from Middlebury College.
is in his third term on the BET
and is a member of the Audit and Investment Advisory Committees. He was a member of the Greenwich Planning and Zoning Board of Appeals, serving as its Chair. Professionally, he was an executive at JP Morgan for 39 years including Risk Management Vice Chair and Exchange and Clearinghouse Steering Committee Chair. He holds a BA from Cornell University and an MBA from New York University.
has been an Old Greenwich resident since 1993. He is the
Co-Chair of the Restructuring and Finance Litigation practice at Herrick, Feinstein LLP in New York. He was Co-President of Old Greenwich Riverside Community Center and Co-President of Board for Student Publications at the University of Michigan. He holds a BA and JD from the University of Michigan.
is in his seventh term on the BET and is member of its Budget Committee. He has a long history of community involvement serving as Board of Ethics Chair, Democratic Town Committee Chair, RTM member, President of the Riverside Association, PTA Co-President of Riverside School and Eastern Middle School, member of the United Way Board, member of the Greenwich Library Board, and GEMS volunteer. He practiced law for 37 years at Ramer & Ramer. He holds a BA from Franklin & Marshall College and a JD from Fordham Law.