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Wilmington supervisor re-elected

November 8, 2017
By GRIFFIN KELLY - Staff Writer (gkelly@adirondackdailyenterprise.com) , Lake Placid News

Randy Preston beat Tomas Sibalski for re-election as town of Wilmington supervisor with a 295-to-82-vote victory.

Preston has been supervisor since he defeated Jeanne Ashworth in the 2007 election, and Sibalski was supervisor from 1994 to 1995.

In a previous interview, Preston, running on the independent People's Party, said, "I think Wilmington is in a really good place right now. There's a lot of property changing hands, a lot of new construction. Some eyesores are rapidly improving. Basically, it boils down to, I love this town and I want to see us continue to prosper."

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Randy Preston
(News photo — Matthew Turner)

In the same interview, Preston said his main concerns were affordable housing and a safe and clean sewage system for Wilmington.

Sibalski, running on the independent Progressive party line, also expressed interest in taking a closer look at town spending and updating water and sewer infrastructure.

Neither Preston nor Sibalski could be reached for further comment Tuesday night.

 
 

 

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