Mr. Ehrhard received his B.A. from the University of Chicago and his J.D. from the University of Notre Dame Law School. Mr. Ehrhard has been a faculty member for Massachusetts Continuing Legal Education and he is a frequent lecturer to professional groups. He was a recurring guest host on WTAG's radio program "The Legal Express" and currently guest hosts on WESO's radio program "Money Matters".
Mr. Ehrhard is an elected member of the Tantasqua Regional District School Committee. He currently sits on the Building and Facilities subcommittee. He also serves on the Labor Negotiations subcommittee, representing the District in contract negotiations with various unions. In addition, Mr. Ehrhard is chairman of the Sturbridge Town Administrator Search Committee.
Mr. Ehrhard is married with a four year old daughter and three year old son. He is a member of St. Anne-St. Patrick Parish."-- from the candidates web site.
Good for him. I voted for him last year, but with some hesitation. But he has shown some real leadership since the last election with that committee searching for the new Town Adminstrator. He will have my vote again, without hesitation.ReplyDelete
Ehrhard seems to have a good balanced message this year. I read his agenda and he is focused on residential property taxes. If he is willing to try to stop that insanity, he has my vote.ReplyDelete
Don't we get enough of him at town meeting?ReplyDelete
I think we need more people like him at Town Meeting. I actually find him interesting to listen to. I often agree with him. Sometimes I do not. It is nice to have someone with a fresh perspective not scared to speak his mind.ReplyDelete
I spoke with him after the last town meeting regarding the hotels tax and he listened intently to what I had to say and gave me constructive comments in return. We need more of that on the BOS.
I will not vote for Ehrhard; not after watching the most recent Selectmen's meeting where he announced the candidates. He said some things about the candidates that I was surprised would come out of a lawyer's mouth. Everytime I have seen Ehrhard speak at town meeting, he embarrasses himself and the town.ReplyDelete