The News-Times

Town seeks new finance board member

- By Currie Engel

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@brookfield­

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