LEWISBORO, N.Y. - Town Supervisor Charles Duffy will attempt to become the first supervisor re-elected to a second term in the past 10 years when Lewisboro voters go to the polls on Tuesday. Challenger Peter Parsons will stand his in way.
Duffy, who has the Republican and Conservative nomination, has a background as a CPA and ran two years ago on the platform that he has the qualifications that would help him remedy the towns fiscal woes. Parsons, a 40-year Vista resident, contends Duffy has fallen short of his promises and that the administration has turned a deaf ear to its constituents.
The Daily Lewisboro sat down with both candidates to find out what their goals and vision for Lewisboro are if the voters select them to become supervisor for the next two years. For our interview with Duffy, click on http://www.thedailylewisboro.com/news/duffy-says-his-job-not-yet-complete. To read our discussion with Parsons, go to http://www.thedailylewisboro.com/news/parsons-i%E2%80%99ll-establish-dialogue-voters.
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