Barge touts his experiences serving on the city’s park board and tree commission, arguing “many of the ideas he campaigned on in 2007 and 2009 are now taking place in the city.”
Allen said he does not have a specific political agenda, though he would like to see Middletown become more business friendly.
Hoffman said he is not a politician and never will be, but said he would like to bring “kind of out-of-the-box” solutions to see what could be done differently to help revive Middletown.
Jones’ college roots in history and political science inspired a desire to get involved in government, hopefully “helping Middletown continue to turn the proverbial corner.”
City Council will allow each candidate to make a brief statement to kick off the interview process during Tuesday’s meeting, followed by at least one question from each council member.
The regularly scheduled Middletown Public Housing Agency meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m. at the Middletown City Building, One Donham Plaza, followed by the 6 p.m. City Council meeting.
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