BROOKFIELD, Conn. — Outgoing Brookfield First Selectman Bill Tinsley, who lost his bid for re-election Nov. 3, said he was not surprised by his loss but was shocked by the the 2-to-1 margin, according to The News-Times.
Tinsley pointed to the upcoming Brookfield Village project and revamping of Cardigan Park and the town beach among his accomplishments during his controversial term, he told The News-Times in his first interview since the election.
Tinsley, a Republican who served one term as first selectman, will be replaced by Democrat Steve Dunn.
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