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2010 Rockland City Council election
  • Published
    October 9, 2010

    City Council candidates share visions for Rockland

    Approximately 35 citizens were present at Rockland City Council Chambers on Oct. 6 to hear a debate among the four candidates for two vacant seats on the City Council. The debate — sponsored by VillageSoup/The Herald Gazette and moderated by Associate Editor Stephen Betts — was also broadcast on Channel 22. "Voters perceive a widening gap between their pay and property taxes and what they receive in services,"...

  • Published
    October 4, 2010

    Isganitis seeks to continue service with voice on council

    Frank Isganitis said his involvement in municipal government can be traced back to his first job. Isganitis is one of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Rockland City Council. He is on the Nov. 2 ballot along with William Clayton, Hal Perry and Larry Pritchett. Absentee ballots are available at city hall. Isganitis grew up in northern New Jersey. He attended college in the Atlanta area. He ...

  • Published
    October 4, 2010

    Pritchett questions spending priorities

    Larry Pritchett said the city needs to do a better job of setting priorities for spending tax dollars and that is one of the main reasons he is seeking a seat on the council. Pritchett is one of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Rockland City Council. He is on the Nov. 2 ballot along with Frank Isganitis, Hal Perry and William Clayton. Absentee ballots are available at city hall. Pritchett works ...

  • Published
    October 4, 2010

    Clayton cites looming major decisions as reason for running

    William Clayton said he wants to serve his community as a city councilor during the next three years when some major issues will be decided. Clayton is one of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Rockland City Council. He is on the Nov. 2 ballot along with Frank Isganitis, Hal Perry and Larry Pritchett. Absentee ballots are available at city hall. Clayton, 31, attended Rockland schools, graduating ...

  • Published
    October 4, 2010

    Perry: councilors should be accountable, conservative

    Hal Perry said the main reason he is running for the City Council is his concern about how things are being run at city hall. Perry is one of four candidates vying for two open seats on the Rockland City Council. He is on the Nov. 2 ballot along with Frank Isganitis, William Clayton and Larry Pritchett. Absentee ballots are available at city hall. Perry works as a full-time, long-term substitute teacher at ...

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