Elizabethtown candidates James Phillips (council), Ben Morris (council), Michael Doyle (council), Brent Vosburg (county clerk), Noel Merrihew, III (supervisor), Evelyn Hatch (council) and Margaret Bartley (supervisor) took part in the Elizabethtown Democratic Committee's Meet the Candidates Night at the Hand House Sept. 15.
Photo by Keith Lobdell.
continued “I really, really love this town and its people - it has been very good to me,” Hatch said. “I will be willing to learn and listen. I want to work with the comprehensive plan, because this is a project that we should all be involved in one way or another.”
“I think that there are things in this town that need changes,” Phillips said. “There’s things that I can do to help this town and I will do the best that I can do. The fire department and the DPW are very important departments with a lot of responsibility, and we need to help them.”
“I have the time and ability to work with and help the town,” Doyle said. “I want to help see that several upcoming projects reach a successful conclusion. My main interest is for the benefit of the town.”
“I see a lot of valuable assets that we can continue to utilize and improve for the community,” Morris said. “We can also take a look at what has gone wrong recently with the storms and make sure that it is brought back better than it was before.”
The general election is Tuesday, Nov. 8.