Category: First Selectman’s Blog

Issues and Answers – Joyce Beauvais and the Theater Under the Shell

In the latest issue of East Lyme Issues and Answers, Joyce Beauvais tells us about the Theater Under The Shell’s production of Neil Simon’s Last of the Red Hot Lovers July 28-August 2 & August 4-5 at McCook Point Park… Read more >

Issues & Answers – Jeffrey Newton, East Lyme’s Superintendent of Schools

My latest issue of East Lyme Issues and Answers focuses on the great East Lyme School System. Meet our superintendent Jeff Newton as we discuss the school building project, school safety, redistricting, and more.

Be a Volunteer!

The July list of volunteer opportunities has been sent to Volunteer Corps members. Want to be a member? Follow the link below to begin the two-step sign up process. Whether you are new in town or a lifelong resident, volunteering… Read more >

Issues and Answers – Dave Putnam, Parks and Recreation Director

Mark Nickerson and Dave Putnam talk about the new Cini Park Restrooms, the new Main Street park, the Miracle League Field project and Celebrate East Lyme.

Issues and Answers – Introducing the Volunteer Corps

First Selectman Mark Nickerson and Deputy First Selectman Kevin Seery introduce the East Lyme Volunteer Corps. Learn More

First Selectman Mark Nickerson appears on the Murray Renshaw show

Recently, I appeared on the Murray Renshaw show to talk about the Town of East Lyme.

Issues And Answers – Meet Police Chief, Michael Finkelstein

In this edition, topics include the former Mobil Station property, Celebrate East Lyme and beach passes. My guest is East Lyme’s first Police Chief, Michael Finkelstein.

A Serious Issue

There is a serious issue that is plaguing East Lyme and threatens our quality of life. While some of this negative force comes from visitors to our town or people passing through, most of this problem comes from within. This… Read more >

Niantic Growing Pains

What a gem Niantic has become. It was not too long ago that our Main Street Village district was a tired, half empty, sleepy place. Read more