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The Telegram
  • 4 seek to fill 2 seats on Fairfield Town Council

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  • Republicans Richard Lindsay and James Hall, Democrat Larry Weakley and independent candidate James Spellman will vie for two seats on the Fairfield Town Council in Tuesday’s election.
    James R. Hall
    Hall is a retired employee of the state Department of Labor and is a graduate of Utica College, with a bachelor’s of science degree in business administration and finance management.
    He is a lifetime resident of the village of Middleville and has been active locally throughout his life. Hall served in the E.W. Corey Fire Company for 18 years, and was a member and chairman of the village of Middleville Water Board. He also served as president and as a member of the West Canada Valley Central School Board of Education for 10 years and served on the Fairfield Town Council for eight years.
    Statement: I believe that I have the qualifications to once again serve the people of the town of Fairfield in a responsible manner. I believe in sound fiscal management and as I did in my previous tenure, would assure the taxpayers that their money is spent wisely. When I left the board in 2003 we had a sufficient fund balance which was eventually squandered. I had a great working relationship with both Town Supervisor Hank Crofoot and Highway Superintendent Bill Dillenbeck, and would hope to continue that. I feel our town is in excellent hands with each of them who both do an excellent job for the taxpayers of the town of Fairfield.
    I would appreciate your support on Election Day.
    Lindsay, Weakley and Spellman did not respond to a request for information.

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