Tom Delnicki represents the 14th General Assembly District of South Windsor, first elected in November 2016. Tom serves on the legislature’s Planning and Development Committee, the budget-writing Appropriations Committee and the Insurance and Real Estate Committee and will serve as the Ranking Member of the Banking Committee.
Tom is a lifelong resident of South Windsor. Tom grew up at 130 Felt Rd where he is a fourth generation to live on the last piece of his family’s farm, which was established by his great grandfather in the early 1900s. Tom graduated from South Windsor High in 1974 and attended the University of Connecticut. Tom recently retired from the Metropolitan District as a Facilities/Maintenance Supervisor. Locally, Tom is best known for his spectacular holiday light display, which he hosts every December at his home.
Tom has served on the South Windsor Town Council from 1995 to 2007 and 2009 to present. During his time on the Council Tom has been Mayor twice, Deputy Mayor, and served on the first Strategic Planning Committee formed in 1999. He chaired the Ethics Committee, Audit Committee, Public Health and Safety Committee and Public Building and Land Naming Committee.
Tom is proud to have passed major legislation to create a “Captive Insurance Company” to rebuild crumbling foundations and also served on the organizational Committee that created the Captive. and is Co-Chair of the Crumbling Foundation Caucus.
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Prior to being elected to the Town Council, Tom was a member of the Board of Education and a member of the Inland Wetlands/Conservation Commission.