By Ray Carbone
WARNER – With the news that selectman Allan N. Brown will not seek reelection this year, residents will have choose between two new candidates for a three-year term on the town’s leadership board.
Kimberly Brown Edelmann, who has worked as a reporter for this newspaper, is running against Paul Haganow.
The only other race on the ballot is for two three-year seats on the budget committee. Incumbent John Leavitt is running against Martha I. Bodnarik and David Minton, a local realtor. Bodnarik ran for a seat on the budget group last year.
There are no other contested races on the ballot.
Election Day: Tues., March 14 @ Warner Town Hall, 8 a.m. – 7 p.m.
Town Meeting: Wed. March 15 @ Town Hall, 7 p.m.
Selectman, 3-year (vote for 1) – Kimberly Edelmann, Paul Hagenow
Budget Committee, 3-year (vote for 2) – Martha Bodnarik, John Leavitt, David Minton
Chandler Reservation Committee, 4-year (vote for 1) – Jonathan France
Foster & Currier Funds Almoner, 3-year (vote for 1) – Penny Sue Courser
Foster & Currier Funds Almoner, 1-year (vote for 1) – Jere Henley
Library Trustee, 3-year (vote for 3) – David Bates, Ralph Parsons, Judith Pellettieri
Library Trustee, 1-year (vote for 1) – No declared candidate
Cemetery Trustee, 3-year (vote for 1) – Kenneth W. Cogswell
Trustee of Trust Funds, 3-year (vote for 1) – David Karrick
KRSD School Board, 3-year (vote for 1) – Joseph Mendola, Faith Minton
KRSD Budget Committee, 3-year (vote for 1) – Jonathan Sevigny
KRSD Moderator, 1-year (vote for 1) – Brackett L. Scheffy
This story was first published in the InterTown Record on Feb. 21. Additional information about the upcoming town election and the annual town meeting is available here: