Tuesday, June 05, 2007
Kingston Committee comes out strong for Sottile
"I don't know anyone who is as passionate about this city as my father" Jamie Sottile
Mayor James M. Sottile, recieved the unanimous support from the Kingston Democratic Council on Monday night and was given the nod to run again for a second term. The Mayor touted his success in putting the city in firm financial ground, as well as increasing the City's housing population.
The only race that was contested was in Kingston's fourth ward, where Shirley Whitlock easily deafened Matt Ryan 2,076.5 -615. Matt Ryan, yawn, vowed to primary. The people have spoken and it's time we all get behind Shirley Whitlock.
The committee nominated incumbent Jennifer Ringwood in Ward 2; former alderman Charles Landi to succeed the outgoing Leonard Walker in Ward 3; incumbent AnnMarie DiBella in Ward 5; Robert Gillon in Ward 6 and incumbents Bill Reynolds in Ward 7, Robert Senor in Ward 8 and Michael Madsen in Ward 9. Senor, a Republican, has changed his enrollment to Democratic.
Posted by Jeremy Blaber at 12:21 AM