Election 2017: Planning and Zoning Commission candidates answer questions

There eight candidates — four Republicans, three Democrats and a petitioning write-in candidate — competing in two separate races for six seats on the nine-member Planning and Zoning Commission. Seeking five open four-year seats are three candidates from each major party, plus the write-in candidate. The Republican candidates for four-year seats, all incumbents, are: Rebecca Mucchetti, Stephen Cole and George … read more

Election 2017: School candidates talk priorities, finances, backgrounds

Priorities, school financing and taxes, personal qualifications — questions on these matters were posed by The Ridgefield Press to candidates in contested races for the Board of Education. Seven school board candidates are competing for four four-year seats on the Board of Education. There are also two candidates on the ballot who are running unopposed for two-year school board terms. … read more

Election 2017: Priorities, station are questions for Police Commission candidates

What are police Commission candidates’ priorities? What would they do about the police station building? The press asked these questions of the five candidates running for Police Commission on the Nov. 7 ballot. Seeking Police Commission seats are three Republican incumbents who are being challenged by two Democrats. The incumbent Republicans are Joseph Savino. Thomas F. Reynolds and Marcie Coffin. … read more

Election 2017: Board of Assessment Appeals candidates answer The Press' questions

For Board of Assessment Appeals — which does just what it’s name suggests, hearing property owners complaints that the tax assessor has mis-judged the value of their property — voters are asked to fill two of the board’s three seats. The candidates are Democrat Anne Cutter, incumbent Democrat Jeff Lundberg and incumbent Republican Robert Jewell. The Press asked on question. … read more

Election 2017: Board of Finance candidates answer questions

Five candidates are seeking three Board of Finance seats in two separate races. Four candidates are vying for two full four-year finance terms: Republican incumbents Marty Heiser and Michael Raduazzo, Democratic incumbent Sean Connelly, and Democrat Amy Macartney Freidenrich. Voters can choose two and two of the four will be elected. Freidenrich is also going head-to-head with Republic Richard Moccia … read more

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