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Middleburgh's Candidates an Experienced Mix

Written By Editor on 10/31/13 | 10/31/13

There is no Supervisor's race in Middleburgh and incumbent James Buzon (D) has another two years left on his term. However, there are two council seats up next week and all of the candidates enjoy experience.

1. David Lloyd (R) is a long-serving member of the Town Board and currently serves as Deputy Supervisor. He was the GOP's nominee for Supervisor in 2011 and supports economic development. Mr. Lloyd is a business owner and was a key opponent of Mr. Hayes' effort to dissolve the Village earlier in 2013.

2. Brian DeFeo (R) is a former member of the Town Board, serving two terms until his retirement due to other work responsibilities in 2006. Mr. DeFeo supports consolidating Town and Village services to reduce the load on the taxpayers. He was nominated earlier this year by Marge Becker.

3. William Ansel-McCabe (D) hopes to use his years of experience as the Village's Mayor back to the Town Board. He is currently serving a one year appointment to the Board following former member Marcia Guntert's retirement in early 2013. Mr. Ansel-McCabe gave a rousing speech criticizing the opponents of dissolving the Village of Middleburgh at January's public hearing.

4. Sara Masterson (D) was a candidate for Town Board in 2011 and is known around Middleburgh for her volunteer efforts. Ms. Masterson ran for Library Board in 2012 and is still active around the community.
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