Barge, who resides in the 2300 block of Wilbraham Road, said his experience as a small-business owner for more than 15 years qualifies him as a “good fit for the citizens of Middletown.”
Jason Allan Jones, of the 600 block of Auburn Street, listed experience both with his church and the Community Pregnancy Center as examples of his involvement in the Middletown community. Jones said he wants to play a part in helping the city turn a corner and become “greater than ever before.”
Allen, a partner with Frost Brown Todd and resident of the 4600 block of Amberly Terrace, said he is committed to the city and has “a vested interest in helping (it) succeed.”
Hoffman, of the 2400 block of Wilbraham Road, has lived and worked in the city for more than 30 years. Hoffman wrote he would “like to help our city get back on its feet.”
City Council’s appointee would fill the unexpired term until November 2011, at which point voters will elect someone to fill the remaining two years of the seat’s four-year term.
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