RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — When the five candidates for the Ridgefield Board of Selectmen met up for a recent debate, affordable housing was an issue that divided them, according to the News-Times website .
The disagreements extended from exactly how affordable housing is defined to how many housing options exist in town, the story said.
The debate also focused on economic development, taxes and the future of the town-owned Schlumberger property.
The five candidates for the Ridgefield Board of Selectmen — Andy Bodner, Bob Hebert, Barbara Manners, Maureen Kozlark and Steve Zemo — are vying for four open seats.
Read the full story here at the News-Times website .
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