Jendzejec's Residency Questioned

Town Council member reportedly isn't living in Coventry anymore.

Residents upset with Town Council Member Ted Jendzejec's apparent move out of the town called for him to resign at Monday night's Town Council meeting.

ABC6 reported that Jendzejec has been renting out his home at 92 Coventry Drive and he said he does plan to resign "when the time is right."

Residents said they were upset that he is renting out his home and not living in the town anymore.

"He should be living in our district. He should have a vested interest," Debra Bacon said.

listening February 26, 2014 at 08:58 AM
I see we made the news again last night with a story on the response time problems at Center of New England. This is because the road doesn't go through to Hopkins Hill? Always in the news for negative publicity. Who is ever going to want to move to this town.
Gem101 February 26, 2014 at 09:02 AM
I'm watching.... what does the DMV( not required to notify the town od city of a address change) have to do with be elected by people of Coventry. What reason would the state police have to pull him over,they need a reason by law. Once again we are stacked with insanity minded voters hoping for a different result.
Country Gentleman February 26, 2014 at 10:10 AM
Please remember this person works for the state, he once said that the position on the Council is a part time job. He has many friends in high places. Cote doesn't want him to resign until the three democrats on the Council get what they want pushed through. I have seen Jendzejec in action in my opinion he could give a damn about the residence in his district. He cares more about the dog park then the pollution the two asphalt plans are causing. In my opinion if he cared about the residence he would do the right thing and resign. If we need to have a special election to fill the position we should. Yes it will cause money for the election but you cannot leave the Council with two Democrats and two Republicans nothing will get done.
listening February 26, 2014 at 11:28 AM
Works for the State? Does that violate the Hatch Act?


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