Making government work for you
      
 

 
Patient care and medicine
      


 
Our kids' education
 

 
Agriculture
 

 
Businesses and our economy
 

 
Keeping you informed
   

 

 Jeff was the 178th President of the Connecticut State Medical Society in 2016-2017, advocating for doctors and patients.   

Jeff serves on the Board of the Woodstock Education Foundation, a non-profit group of volunteers who raise money to provide public school kids extra educational and learning opportunities.  

 

Jeff serves on the Board of the Woodstock Agricultural Society, promoting the agricultural character and importance of northeast CT.  

The Woodstock Fair is every Labor Day weekend.


 

August 20th, 2017

I was interviewed by the CT Mirror about the Affordable Care Act.  You can read the article, Head of CT medical society says fix, not repeal, the Affordable Care Act.   

 

August 15th, 2017

Thank you to Olivia Richman at the Villager Newspapers for a wonderful article about Woodstock's Planning and Zoning Commission's Community Conversation about the town's Subdivision Open Space goals.


 

August 8th, 2017

My letter to the Editor of the Norwich Bulletin:

Woodstock's Planning and Zoning Commission hosted a Community Conversation on Aug. 3 about the town's Subdivision Open Space requirements and goals.  The large room at Town Hall was full.  Lots of interested people who provided comments, asked questions, floated ideas, and voiced concerns and support.  Fantastic!  The Commission has been spending a lot of time reviewing Woodstock's subdivision regulations.  Public input is very important and is much appreciated.  It all helps the Commission make informed and common sense decisions for our community.

Jeffrey A. Gordon

Chair, Woodstock Planning & Zoning Commision


August 3rd, 2017   

Woodstock’s Planning & Zoning Commission held a Community Conversation about residential subdivision open space.  This is a BIG issue in town.  A lot of people attended the Conversation.  I gave a presentation about the topic, and then listened to what people had to say.  After the meeting ended, I had a lot of helpful information and ideas to ponder.



  


A lot is going on around the country with protests and counter-protests.

Here is an article on civility that I wrote:

Where Is American Democracy Going To?