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Two vie for supervisor’s position in town of Broadalbin

October 28, 2013

BROADALBIN — Challenger Thomas Christopher is running against incumbent Joseph DiGiacomo for the town supervisor position....

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Oct-28-13 3:32 PM

Broadalbin needs an Animal Control Officer who will do THEIR JOB. Jane has been paid to do it for too long. We watched a dog die this year because she never followed up and did her job. Our calls to James Brennon got the same concerns. We all know who will win this election already anyway, how about giving us a 'dog catcher' who works for the money we pay her.

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Oct-28-13 8:35 PM

Maybe DiGiacomo should have fixed the highway department problem before the election. Its been going on way to long. Can't wait for Christopher to get in and stop this bickering Joe started.

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Oct-28-13 11:16 PM

Jane Potts is useless , I agree.. It would be nice to have a dog catcher who actually cares. As far as the comment about Joe, I disagree. He did not start the bickering with Winney , the highway employees did . They can't stand lance and would complain to Joe. That's how it started . I know , I was there. Good luck Joe , I hope the residents see thru the smoke and mirrors ..

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Oct-30-13 11:25 AM

They can't stand Lance because he wanted them to work and not just sit around or leave early and have someone else punch them out. like the last supervisor let them. Time for change.

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Oct-31-13 9:31 PM

With all the complaining that goes on around town and the hear say,,its funny how there is very few residents that show up at the board meetings.The people of Broadalbin need to stop listening to hear say and go and see for themselves what goes on at the board meetings. If your not happy how things are being handled vote them out and/or find someone to run for the position. Its easy tossing around the blame game. But what it comes down to is residents of the town of Broadalbin need to get involved. I totally understand the frustration with Jane I myself have called with no call backs. So maybe when she is up for re election someone can convince someone to take the $3600 a year job on call 24/7 Job! See how for you get!! Just sayin!

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Oct-31-13 9:33 PM

Sorry typo (If you're not happy)

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