Almost all money that moves through our town goes through the Town Treasurer's office. The Treasurer is responsible for the depositing, accounting for, and logging of all money received by the town. It's vital that we have the right people in roles like these with the right qualifications. We are pleased to introduce Kristin Mosimann for re-election to this important position.
Candidate for Reelection: Town Treasurer
Community Involvement: Board of Selectmen (2013-2015), Board of Finance (2005-2013), Thomaston Historical Commission (2005-Current), Pension Committee (2006-2019), and the Board of Trustees/Treasurer for the Railroad Museum of New England (2015-2018)
Education: Masters in Science in Elementary Education, University of Bridgeport
B.S. Business Management, Southern CT State University
Employment: Current: 5th grade science and math teacher.
Previous: Retirement services manager at Prudential
Candidate Statement: I am excited to be running for my third term as the Town Treasurer. My financial services background, along, with many years serving on the Board of Finance, Board of Selectman, and the Pension Committee, provides me with all of the tools necessary to do this job well. During the past year, we were able to seamlessly change our processes to ensure normal business during the pandemic. I am proud of the collaborative relationship that I have with town hall employees, the banks we do business with, and all of the outside consultants that we work with. I look forward to continuing to serve in this important financial role.