Willis is the in-touch person Milton needs

February 28, 2024

Milton is growing and changing, so we need strong and forward-looking leaders to steer the town through this transition. Erin Willis is a leader who is looking to the future to work and guide the town as it grows while maintaining its same small-town feel and historic identity. She serves the Town of Milton on the parks and recreation committee, the traffic calming committee and participated in painting the art crosswalks in town. Erin worked with former state Sen. Ernie Lopez and other state officials to pass legislation for equitable pay for public school employees. 

Erin is running for Milton Town Council as a future-focused and problem-solving leader. She sees Milton as a livable, affordable and inclusive community with a bright future requiring a clear vision of the challenges facing the town.  

Please vote for Erin Willis, Milton Town Council candidate, Saturday, March 2. Milton needs the confident, on-point and in-touch councilperson that Erin will be when elected. Erin Willis is committed to the future of the Town of Milton.

Gillian Benson


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