The mission of the WRTC is to incorporate the objectives of our platform into an efficient, transparent and accountable government that serves the town of Woodstock with honesty, pragmatism and a spirit of cooperation, and that seeks to unite all townspeople with a clear vision for creating a healthy, safe and prosperous community.

Our Platform values are organized into four areas which provide a comprehensive approach towards meeting our mission.  These areas include Leadership, Fiscal Responsibility, Education and Environment.  It is our belief that these values will be upheld with pride and courage by our members and our endorsed candidates.  It is our hope that they will guide us and protect the community with a consistent conservative perspective during times of earned prosperity and economic hardship.


  1. Our leaders will uphold and defend the values of the WRTC platform
  2. Our leaders will implement policies and practices in a manner that is fair
  3. Our leaders will be open to the ideas of all community members regardless of party affiliation
  4. Our leaders will communicate with the community on a regular basis with honesty and transparency
  5. Our leaders will encourage, recruit and endorse the participation of all citizens in their government
  6. Our leaders will uphold the Town of Woodstock's Code of Ethics
  7. Our leaders will enhance and encourage coordination and communication between all boards, town employees and citizen committees so as to unify and to promote a common vision in a productive and efficient manner


  1. Respect the property rights of individuals and support their responsibility for land stewardship, their respect for the rights of others and in their preservation of the town's rural character
  2. Support well-conceived open space initiatives, subdivision/zoning regulations and economic development opportunities with an active consideration for their fiscal impact and on the long term vision for Woodstock
  3. Support a town Plan of Conservation and Development that serves as a proactive meant to responsibly grow guide
  4. Protect our local agricultural industries and farmlands through supporting fiscally responsible policies and local ordinances that help meet their needs
  5. Promote the preservation of our natural resources by supporting cost effective solutions that lessen the negative impact we have on the environment and take into consideration the rural character of Woodstock

Fiscal Responsibility

  1. Advocate always for the taxpayer by seeking to minimize their inidividual tax burden
  2. Spend what is necessary to efficiently provide essential services and maintain the infrastructure required by the town's citizens so as to avoid more costly outlays in the long term
  3. Oppose the imposition of unfunded state mandates
  4. Encourage and promote spending measures that are fully transparent, incorporate fair bidding practices and rely on sound accounting principles
  5. Support an open and thourough budgeting process which clearly identifies need, cost and benefits of various town services
  6. Encourage creativity and civic enthusiasm in developing strategies that maximize efficiency and minimize waste


  1. Support an ongoing commitment toward providing our schools with the resources needed to ensure that our children receive an education that not only prepares them for being life long learners, but sustains them towards achieving a competitive edge in the workplace and in the world
  2. Recognize that education is a right, a responsibility and an investment for a child and the entire community
  3. Promote a sense of pride in our schools and our students by advocating for and supporting their drive to achieve a personal best in academics, athletics and fine arts
  4. Advocate for a fair balance of funding between the town and the education budgets
  5. Approach spending issues with the recognition that more money does not necessarily result in better quality, but be prepared to spend to the extent necessary to ensure a high quality education
  6. Support common sense reforms to the state's binding arbitration laws, while rewarding superior teacher performance
  7. Strengthen communication and coordination between Woodstock Public Schools, Woodstock Academy and the community at large

About Us

The WRTC meets the third Wednesday of each month at the Woodstock Town Hall at 7pm. We hope to meet you. 

This year is a local election year so stay up to date on everything about the campaign by visiting our site!

WRTC Photos


Contact Us

WRTC meets here.

Woodstock Town Hall
415 Rte 169,
Woodstock, CT

Or you can call us

Phone: 860-490-1815