Clifton Park supervisor running again
Town Supervisor Phil Barrett announced late Tuesday he will run for re-election in November.
Barrett, 45, has held the office since 2000, and lists as his accomplishments freeing the town of debt, maintaining zero general fund property tax, reducing the highway tax by 75 percent and beefing up the town's savings account, as well as helping to preserve more than 1,200 acres for parks and leading revitalization of the Exit 9 corridor.
A longer post about his announcement can be found HERE.
In 2011 when he last ran for office, Barrett was endorsed by the Republican, Independent and Conservative parties.
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