Ronna Stuller for City Council

“New London needs intelligent, cooperative action to responsibly achieve the basics of every good city: sound infrastructure, fairer fiscal burden, and equitable neighborhood representation.”



THE DAY: "Ronna Stuller, Green. Any council can benefit from considering some creative solutions, and Ms. Stuller can provide them. She trumpets the positives of urban living, with its environmentally friendly lifestyle footprint, walkable communities and diversity.

To ease the tax burden on homeowners, Ms. Stuller pushes for changes that would mitigate the higher tax assessments and higher tax bills owners pay for improving their properties. The city, she says, should seek financial assistance from the large non-profits located in the community. This retired educator deserves serious consideration." Full article

Southeastern Connecticut Central Labor Council (SCCLC): "The Southeastern Connecticut Central Labor Council, AFL-CIO is pleased to announce that we have endorsed you in the upcoming election. Thank you for taking the time to attend our interviews.
We wish you success in the election.
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Southeastern Connecticut Central Labor Council

AFSCME Council 4

New London Police Union Local 724

New London Fire Fighters Local 1522


Founding member and treasurer, Riverside Park Conservancy

15 years of community involvement, including Thames Hilltop Neighborhood Association, Southeast Connecticut Peace & Justice Network, and Thames Valley Sustainable Connections

Host/producer, ‘Thinking Green’ public access TV show

Former New London Board of Education and LEARN Board of Directors member


Develop a fairer tax code that encourages home improvement, promotes infill development, and respects longtime property owners.

Invest in New London’s roads and sidewalks, in order to improve access, safety, and walkability.

Ensure that all neighborhoods are represented in city government by promoting charter revision which would provide for district representation.

Restore and maintain our city parks to improve the variety and quality of open space in New London.

Encourage creative reuse of historic buildings.


Phone: 860.772.8439

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