TIM SLOCUM - Chairman – Cheshire Town Council

Tim Slocum

“Living, Working, Serving in our Community”

I have been an elected member of the Town Council since 2007 and prior to that I served 4 years on the Planning & Zoning commission. I have always worked tirelessly for the taxpayers to keep Cheshire a great town to live and work in. And we do live in a well-managed town thanks to the hard work of my colleagues on the council and the hardworking people in Town Hall. In past 2 years Cheshire voters supported the construction of two new elementary schools. Design and planning is well underway. A new multi-use section of Bartlem Park is being built with a planned completion slated for the fall of 2024. New residential and business development remains at a strong level. People want to live in Cheshire and I want those living here all their lives to continue to find living here affordable. Cheshire is a safe community. The town remains financially strong and we will continue to maintain important town infrastructure and enhance services to provide the best possible experiences for all our residents.

About Me

I am a lifelong Cheshire resident. I married my CHS Sweetheart and we raised our family here. I have a grandson in local schools. I am also Cheshire small business owner. While most of my energy is focused on the Town Council I also serve as Cheshire’s representative to the Regional Water Policy Board. I’ve been involved with the Cheshire Land Trust for decades. Cheshire has been and must continue to be a great place to live and work.