Since taking office, Wylie has tried several high-profile cases, including the Edward Dashnaw and Glen Race homicide trials, along with several other violent crime and drug cases.
"The District Attorney's office will continue to work closely with law enforcement, county service programs and our community service programs to meet the needs of the public and better serve the people of Clinton County," said Wylie.
Sheila A. Brockway is seeking her second four-year term as Town Councilperson. In addition to her role as a councilperson, she has served as Deputy Town Supervisor for three years.
Brockway, who has been employed as a registered nurse at CVPH Medical Center for the past 36 years, is a 1970 graduate of Salmon River Central, Fort Covington, and a 1973 graduate of the CVPH Medical Center School of Nursing. She has belonged to or is currently a member of Cumberland Head Tomorrow and the League of Women Voters.
"I will continue to serve the community and work hard to bring significant job growth and responsible economic development to the town of Plattsburgh," said Brockway. "I will support responsible spending, monitor expenses and revenues. I will make informed decisions."
Paul D. Lamoy is seeking election to the four-year position of Town Councilperson. He has served the position previously and as a member of the Town Planning Board.
Lamoy, a 1980 graduate of Peru High School, and graduate of Clinton Community College and SUNY Plattsburgh, he is employed as a foreman for William J. Murray Electric. Inc. He has belonged to or is currently a member of the Relay For Life American Cancer Society Committee and has served as an 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.