BROOKFIELD, Conn. -- The Brookfield Republican Town Committee is looking for candidates to serve in a variety of capacities during the town committee's 2016-2018 term.
In addition to its 25 regular members, the BRTC has 10 alternate positions.
The BRTC works to recruit, endorse, and elect Republican candidates at all levels of government, and to promote activities that raise funds to support the election of those candidates.
The vacancy committee will conduct interviews with interested Republicans in the coming weeks, and the full BRTC will select a complete slate of choices.
The candidates recommended by the BRTC will be presented to a caucus open to all Republicans at a date in January to be determined.
Additionally, the BRTC is seeking candidates interested in volunteering for the following appointed offices: arts commission, board of ethics, Candlewood Lake authority, commission on aging, conservation commission, economic development commission, historic district commission, housing authority, inland wetlands commission, Lake Lillinonah authority, library board of trustees, municipal building committee, parks and recreation commission, police commission and water pollution control authority.
The vacancy committee will conduct interviews in the coming weeks, and the BRTC will recommend candidates to be considered by the Brookfield Board of Selectmen in January.
Regular and alternate members approved by the BOS will begin serving on their respective appointed boards and commissions in February of 2016.
Registered Republicans interested in interviewing for a position on the BRTC or for an appointed office, or who have questions about any of these commissions, should contact Vice Chairman George Walker at 203-733-0692 or email@example.com, or Selectman Marty Flynn, chairman of the BRTC vacancy committee, at 203-775-3879 or firstname.lastname@example.org by Monday, Dec. 21.