Carbondale board attracts 11 candidates, so far |

Carbondale board attracts 11 candidates, so far

Post Independent staff report
Aspen, CO Colorado

CARBONDALE – A hotly contested political season is materializing in the run-up to the April 3 municipal elections in Carbondale.

As of Wednesday, 11 candidates had taken out petitions for three seats on the Carbondale Town Board. They include incumbents John Hoffmann and Pam Zentmyer as well as Stacy Stein, John “Doc” Philip, Lorey Esquibel, Bill Lamont, Sean Keery, Allyn Harvey, James Breasted, Red Cunningham and Marty Silverstein, according to Town Clerk Cathy Derby.

The elections will be by mail-in ballot. The deadline for registering to vote in Carbondale is March 5, and mail-in ballots are to be sent out during the week of March 12.

Registration is available at the Carbondale Town Clerk’s Office, at the Garfield County Clerk’s Office in Glenwood Springs or at the courthouse annex in Rifle.

The county Clerk’s Office can be reached at 970-945-2377. The Carbondale town clerk can be reached at 970-963-2733.

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