Tuesday, April 7, 2009

Waterford GOP announce its slate

By Danielle Sanzone
The Record

WATERFORD – The town’s Republican Committee announced their slate which included all incumbents for the fall elections.
They were Jack Lawler for supervisor, Laurie Marble for councilman, James Boudreau for councilman, and David Fusco for town justice. The committee also endorsed incumbent District Attorney James Murphy and Saratoga County Sheriff James Bowen in their bids for re-election.
Lawler, who has held the town’s supervisor position for more than a decade, said he looked forward to the continued fight for the health, welfare, and safety of town residents.
“The fight to keep Waterford’s public water supply safe during the impending EPA dredging project to remove PCB from the Hudson River and make continued improvements in Waterford’s quality of life are our highest priority,” he added.
Marble, first elected to her position in 2003, serves as the emergency services liaison. Boudreau started the position last year after the sudden death of former Councilman L. Scott Cuomo.
The town’s Democratic Committee said they will announce their slate in the coming weeks.



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