Windsor Town Council candidate Q&A: J. Randy Carr

Published 7:26 am Saturday, November 5, 2022

Name: J. Randy Carr

Age: 63

Education: high school

Occupation: self-employed – Landworks Unlimited LLC Lawn Maintenance Contractor

Years in Windsor: 35

Prior elected offices held: Town Council

  1. Can you briefly summarize why you decided to run for office?

My wife and I have enjoyed living in the Town of Windsor, raising three kids, operating a business and being involved with the people and other organizations within town. I wanted to get involved.

  1. What would you list as your primary qualifications for this office?

Being involved within the town. Being a citizen of Windsor for 35 years. Listening and understanding and being treated as you would like to be treated.

  1. What should Windsor’s top priority be right now?

Keeping close management growth as well as the safety of our citizens, as well as preservation of a small-town atmosphere.

  1. What’s one thing you’d like to see change in terms of Windsor’s town government?

Involvement of citizens, attend council meetings, hold office, get involved.

  1. What can Windsor do to deter vandalism of its parks and facilities?

Even though vandalism has been minimal within our town, holding the individuals accountable for his/her actions. These actions can be minimized with the homes by upholding family values.

  1. Does Windsor need more growth and development? If so, how can the town help achieve this?

I think Windsor is growing at a rate that is comfortable for the citizens and manageable for the town.

  1. What can be done to improve community-police relations in Windsor in the wake of ongoing litigation pertaining to a 2020 traffic stop where two WPD officers held Army Lt. Caron Nazario at gunpoint and pepper-sprayed him?

At this time I am not at liberty to comment on this. However, I do support the Windsor Police Department.