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Candidate for

Town Plan and Zoning

Jeff Randolph


4 year term

● 25- year Fairfield resident
● Currently Managing Partner with Bluecup Ventures LLC, brownfield industrial real estate developer (Pennsylvania) since 2016
● Former executive in corporate real estate for three multinational organizations: Amazon, PepsiCo & Diageo; leveraged experience gained at KPMG, Trammell Crow, and working as an Architect
● Registered Architect; Member of the American Institute of Architects
● Led numerous large complex real estate transactions and design & construction projects,
many over $100M, both domestically and internationally
● CoreNet: Board Member of CT/Westchester Chapter; Recipient of CoreNet RE Executive of
the Year, New York
● Board Member, Greater Connecticut Youth Orchestra
● Session Member, Trustee, and Deacon at First Presbyterian Church, Fairfield
● Former Scout Master of Troop 199 Fairfield, and youth volunteer coach for soccer &
baseball in Fairfield
● Served on Tomlinson School Building Committee
● AB, History of Science, University of Chicago; Masters of Architecture, University of
Pennsylvania; MBA Finance, NYU Stern School of Business
● Proud father of Max & Lili, both attended Fairfield Public Schools


For many of us, our homes are our most important investments. As a member of Fairfield’s Town Planning and Zoning I will strongly support the safeguarding property values and preserving Fairfield’s character and assure that Fairfield’s planning and zoning ordinances provide a vision for our Town’s future. Unfortunately, Fairfield’s current outdated zoning ordinances perpetuate sprawl, community stagnation, homogeneity, and housing scarcity.

If elected I am committed to see Fairfield’s TPZ better engage the community. I will seek bi-partisan support so we can collectively review and update the Town’s outdated ordinances. If elected to the TPZ I will bring my deep experience as an Architect, Developer and in finance to proactively plan, envisioning Fairfield’s future, rather than continuing to fend off the unwanted and mandated 8-30g developments. It’s time for new ways of thinking and stop piecemeal and reactive planning responses to 8-30g.

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