Town seeks new finance board member
BROOKFIELD — The town’s finance board is looking to fill a vacant seat.
A notice was posted on the town website on Jan. 14 that the board is currently seeking candidates. The position is open to all registered Republicans who live in Brookfield and have an interest in being on the finance board.
First Selectman Tara
Carr said that a newly elected member had to vacate their seat due to a conflict with the person’s personal career.
The board is currently made up of four Republican members and two
Democrats. The announcement comes as towns are beginning to deliberate municipal and school budgets for the 2022-2023 fiscal year.
The application, including a resume and statement of interest, has to be turned in to the finance board by Jan. 28. Interviews will take place on Feb. 1 and 2. Interested candidates can email their application to BOF@brookfieldct.gov.