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Planning & Zoning - Candidate


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Peter is a 4th generation Litchfield resident. All of his brothers have been heavily involved with the Town of Litchfield, one as the past Town Attorney,  one as the past Borough Warden, and one as the past owner of Village Wine Cellar. Peter is married to Lisa, the Town Clerk for the Town of Litchfield for 16 years. They are very proud of their two daughters and are grandparents to five grandchildren with another on the way!


Peter has had a successful career in Advertising and Marketing for 40 years. He has worked for WIBS radio in the US Virgin Islands, Island Media ad agency, NBC Connecticut, The Litchfield Enquirer, Litchfield County Times, Housatonic Publishing Co., The Republican-American, and The Newtown Bee. He is also a co-founder of the Litchfield.BZ.


Civic duty runs in Peter's veins. He is one of the founding Board of Directors of Possum Queen Foundation for which he served from 1991 to 2019. Peter has also been appointed to the Litchfield Board of Ethics from 2011 to 2019 and was chairman from 2016 to 2019.


Peter has been actively involved with the Tri-town Little League Board of Directors for nearly a decade and was a softball coach for 18 seasons.


In 2011 Peter was elected to the Litchfield Planning and Zoning Commission and has served for three terms, acting as Vice-Chairman for 8 years. "Litchfield is facing a change as we try to keep up with the influx of increased traffic, more businesses, more tourists and more families moving into town without losing the small, colonial town flavor. Planning and Zoning Commission is the spearhead for the Town facing many of the upcoming challenges. That means we will need experienced P&Z commissioners to help face serious future projects."

Matt Eucalitto

Planning & Zoning - Candidate


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Matt moved to Litchfield in 2020 with his wife, Erin and his three children who all attend Litchfield Center and Intermediate schools. Matt grew up in Torrington, CT and is one of 7 children.  His parents both provided an example of hard work; his mother recently retired from the Torrington schools as a paraprofessional, and his father working as a real estate developer and in the restaurant industry. Matt’s large, close extended family continue to shape his values of service and community. Matt was a swimmer at Torrington High School, and worked multiple jobs in the area throughout high school, including lifeguarding at the town pool and working at local restaurants.

Matt graduated with a BA in Economics and Political Science from College of the Holy Cross, and an MBA from UConn. He served as an officer in the US Air Force and Air Force Reserves for 8 years. After leaving the Air Force, Matt moved back to CT where he worked at both Sikorsky and Pratt and Whitney managing large teams focused on developing and integrating new propulsion technologies into future aircraft. In 2020, Matt left the aerospace industry to work with his father to start a real estate development and construction company. Their company is actively building throughout New England and New York. Matt has recently joined the Air Force Reserves and continues to serve in the military.

Matt’s experience in real estate, development and construction gives him a unique understanding of the opportunities and challenges facing Litchfield and other small communities throughout New England. Matt hopes to use his knowledge of planning and development to help Litchfield grow while maintaining the beauty and integrity of the community his family loves. He pledges to work with members of Planning and Zoning to continue to develop a comprehensive plan to ensure the protection of Litchfield's natural resources, foster sustainable economic development, promote a safe environment in and around the community, and to always put Litchfield First.”

Roland Greenwood

Planning & Zoning - Candidate



Roland grew up in Thomaston in a family of eight children. His parents taught him about service and that it is important to set aside differences and barriers for the betterment of the future and the world. This led Roland to spend 33 years in the Military, in several different branches, the US Army, US Navy, and the Air Force Reserve. During his time in the Military, Roland was stationed in Georgia, Germany, Maryland, and Massachusetts. In 1990, he was activated for Desert Storm and again after 9-11, where he flew war missions and humanitarian missions.

Since 1995, Roland has run his own business, Stump Thumpers LLC which has serviced, homeowners, golf courses, institutions, and municipalities within the Litchfield community. For the last 12 years, he has lived in Northfield. Notably, Roland volunteers by fostering pets from the Spotty Dog Rescue and donates stump grindings to the Possum Queen, an organization in Litchfield helping residents in need.   

“Any time you sacrifice your own well being for the benefit of your country, you’re serving your nation. I have served the nation in the military and have wanted to make a difference and help people on the worst days of their lives. Over the course of the many years, I have lived in Litchfield, I have come to love its beauty, people, and the spirit the town possess.

Litchfield is home to many because of the wonderful outdoor activities one can partake in, like flying, hiking, boating, and skiing. This is one of the most magical places in the state, country, and world. Running a local business, I know how critical it is to protect our planning and zoning.“

Georgia Fuessenich

Planning & Zoning  - Alt. Candidate



The oldest of four, Georgia is a Litchfield county native and was involved in the community from a young age through tri-town sports, 4-H and the local arts community.  She was raised by a family that values education, service and family.  


Her commitment to the community started in her early years through her role as the president of her 4-H club, a volunteer at her local church and White Memorial.  Georgia went on to graduate from Western Connecticut State University with a B.A. in Communications, continuing her studies at Columbia University where she earned a M.S. in Negotiation & Conflict Resolution.  Most recently, she graduated from Uconn's Master Gardener program.  Through her professional work in the field of Conflict Management, Georgia went on to facilitate workshops in her area of expertise locally, as well as, at the Abu Dhabi Women's College working with educators and policy makers to advocate for women's education.  In addition, she created the Conflict Resolution Project at Western Connecticut State University, where she created a partnership with The Women's Center of Greater Danbury to serve the local community.  


Georgia owns and operates Chestnut Hill with her husband, Elliot.  Together they work as a team to offer landscape design, fine gardening, excavation and tree care.  Her experience in the landscape industry, makes her acutely aware of the importance of proper land use, building and the value of preservation.  


Georgia and Elliot are excited and proud to raise their 10-month old daughter, Adeline in Litchfield and show her all that this wonderful town has to offer.  They can often be found hiking a White Memorial trail with their two chocolate labs, George & Jack.  


Coleby Bunnell

Planning & Zoning  - Alt. Candidate



Coleby Bunnell has lived in Litchfield his entire life on his family’s farm. He is a 6th generation Bunnell and has been working along side his father to learn how to plant and cultivate crops. Coleby graduated from Litchfield High School in 2019 and is currently heading into his senior year studying Turf Grass Science at the University of Connecticut.


Coleby is an active member of the Republican Town Committee, as well as part of the Turf Club at Uconn. Additionally, he is the player coach of the club baseball team at Uconn.


"Protecting farmland and the rural character of our town is very important to me. Having been around politics for most of my life, should I be elected, I am excited to begin my journey as an alternate member of planning and zoning."

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