Plattsburgh 2009 Election Coverage

Plattsburgh Town Councilperson (Vote for Two)

Name: Gerard A. Renadette

Age: 55

Party: Republican

Education: Beekmantown Central School, Canton ATC

Occupation: Department of Corrections

Organizations: Beekmantown Lions, Arthur Lefevre Senior Apartments, Eucharistic Minister and lector at St. Alexander's Church, Town of Plattsburgh Board of Ethics

Political experience: Incumbent, serving since 1996

Quote: "It has always been my desire to deliver fair representation to everyone in the Town regardless of political party affiliation. For the next 4 years I pledge to continue working with all board members to serve only the interests of the residents and not those of the private sector. I will keep town spending under control while maintaining the highest standard of equipment and services. I will continue working towards the sharing of services while protecting your Town's interests. Finally I will continue to respond promptly to any request or question received from residents of the Town."

Name: Paul D. Lamoy

Age: 47

Party: Democratic

Education: Peru Central School, Clinton Community College, SUNY Plattsburgh

Occupation: Foreman, William J. Murray Electric, Inc.

Organizations: Relay For Life American Cancer Society Committee, Assistant Fire Chief, New York State Emergency Medical Technician, American Red Cross First Aid and CPR instructor, MDA Telethon chairman, baseball and softball umpire and hockey referee

Political experience: Town Councilperson (2005), Town of Plattsburgh Planning Board Member

Quote: "I bring to the town council the construction expertise to continue to expand the infrastructure that is needed as new businesses move into the town. I will work to continue to squeeze tax dollars and maintain a zero town tax. I will work to share services when both municipalities benefit equally. I am available and will pledge to return calls or e-mails promptly."

Name: Sheila A. Brockway

Age: 57

Party: Democratic

Education: Salmon River Central, CVPH Medical Center School of Nursing

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