RIDGEFIELD, Conn. — Voters in Ridgefield on Tuesday returned First Selectman Rudy Marconi for his seventh term in office.
But the race for four seats on the Board of Selectmen was too close to call late Tuesday.
The five candidates for selectmen were:
- Barbara Manners/Democratic Party
- Stephen J. Zemo/Democratic Party/Independent Party
- Maureen Kozlark/Republican Party
- Andrew Bodner/Republican Party
- Bob Hebert/Republican Party/Independent Party
In other races, winners included:
Town Clerk: Barbara Serfilippi/Republican Party
Tax Collector: Jane Berendsen-Hill/Republican Party
Board of Education to fill vacancy: Douglas A. Silver/Democratic Party and Sharon D'Orso/Republican Party
Board of Assessment Appeals to fill vacancy: Jeffrey S. Lundberg/Democratic Party
Planning and Zoning Commission to fill vacancy: Timothy Dunphy/Democratic Party
Zoning Board of Appeals (full five year term begins 2015): Glenn C. Smith/Republican Party
Zoning Board of Appeals (full five year term begins 2016): Duane C. Barney/Republican Party
Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate (full five year term begins 2015): Dwayne L. Escola/Democratic Party
Zoning Board of Appeals (full five year term begins 2016): Michael S. Stenko/Republican Party
Police Commissioners: George F. Kain/Democratic Party and Charles A. Knoche/Republican PartyCheck back with the Daily Voice for official election returns. All returns are unofficial until certified by the secretary of the state.
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