name is Kevin Verville and I am a candidate for the Municipal Budget
Committee. I have lived in Deerfield with my wife and children
since 2009. I am a NH native. I previously served on the
budget committee from 2011-2018, and I served as chair of the
committee from 2013-2015. I have also served on the Open Space
Committee, as a Trustee of the Trust Funds, and the Safety Services
Steering Committee. More recently I have served as one of your
state representatives since 2016.
It is my opinion
that in recent years the budget committee has been acting as a rubber
stamp for all that is brought before them. As an example, this
year the budget committee took less than one hour to consider a
$15,000,000 school budget. That is not, in my opinion, living
up to the fiduciary responsibility of the position. If elected
I will commit to a thorough, and thoughtful public consideration of
both the municipal (town), and school budgets.
If you want a budget
committee that is willing to do the work it is elected to do then
please vote for me, Kevin Verville, for Municipal Budget Committee on
Tuesday, June 8, 2021. Thank you.
Huebner – Municipal Budget Committee 3 years
Qualifications: As a business leader, I have 20
years of experience in creating balanced annual budgets that fund
needed expenditures to grow my business while identifying and
eliminating unnecessary spending. I will use my business skills to
protect us Deerfield taxpayers ensuring that essential town services
are provided at the lowest possible cost.
have chosen my campaign slogan as "Common Cents”.
If elected, I promise to faithfully carry out my duty to represent
the taxpayers of Deerfield by recommending a budget that serves the
needs of our town well and prioritizes the things Deerfield needs
elected, I will hold the line on taxes and focus my attention on
better use of our Deerfield tax dollars. That is the responsibility
of the Budget Committee. I am for effective education of our
children, modern police, fire, and EMT services, safe roadways, and
efficient town government. I am a proven leader who can influence
groups of people to accomplish great things by working together. All
I ask for is your vote. Thanks for your trust and support.
have been a Deerfield resident for 3 years and have been elected to
serve as President of the Pleasant Lake Preservation Association
(PLPA) protecting one of Deerfield’s greatest natural resources.
(https://pleasantlakenh.org). My wife and I raised 7 children and
have 11 grandchildren.
was raised in Connecticut and rural Vermont, the son of a German
immigrant through Ellis Island in 1929. I earned my Eagle Scout award
in 1970 and my Masters Degree in Chemical Engineering at Yale
University in 1980.
a young graduate, I joined DuPont as a Research Scientist where I
invented and patented several environmental technologies to battle
air pollution. I now own and operate Process
an international environmental equipment company. We engineer,
manufacture, and supply air pollution treatment equipment and
technologies to chemical and petrochemical production plants around
I am very proud of our company and what we have accomplished to make
the world’s environment cleaner.
Andrea Hotaling – Municipal Budget
Committee 3 years
My husband and I moved to Deerfield
from upstate New York 7 years ago when I retired. We chose Deerfield
because we wanted to become part of a new community in close
proximity to the many outdoor activities that NH has to offer and
also to be closer to our grandchildren. As a retiree I now have the
luxury of free time which I would like to use to contribute to that
community. Pre Covid, I enjoyed volunteering at the monthly Deerfield
food pantry and hope to resume participation soon.
I am a CPA with experience in a variety
of accounting fields over the course of a 45-year career including
positions in public accounting, corporate accounting, tax accounting,
and most recently as a professor of accounting at Siena College. I
have developed a variety of accounting competencies in my
professional positions and have taught accounting students about
financial reporting, budgets, and taxation. In 2017 & 2018 I was
a member of the MBC where I learned much about the NH municipal
budget process and the financial challenges facing Deerfield in the
future. During those two sessions I was able to make some
corrections to the default budget calculations and to reduce the
proposed town budget.
There are significant financial issues
that will need to be addressed in the near future. The proposed
addition to the Deerfield Community School and the continuing need
for a police or safety complex are two big ticket items that need to
be explored and funded appropriately. I will try to balance
the needs and wants of the community with the tax burden and would
appreciate your support on June 8th.
Beaubien – Municipal Budget Committee 3 years
have lived in Deerfield for 42 years.
I served as a Library Trustee and six years on the School
Board. Presently I am on the Budget Committee.