Town incumbent won't runGloria Wahrenbrock has filed paperwork with the town of Troy stating that she will not be a be a candidate again for supervisor. Wahrenbrock is one of four supervisors on the Troy Town Board.
By: Phil Pfuehler, River Falls Journal
Gloria Wahrenbrock has filed paperwork with the town of Troy stating that she will not be a be a candidate again for supervisor. Wahrenbrock is one of four supervisors on the Troy Town Board.
The town of Troy, unlike many other towns, has switched this year from a caucus system to a primary system to nominate candidates. The neighboring town of Kinnickinnic made the same switch a few years ago.
That means that those who are interested in running for Town Board should go to the Troy Town Hall and pick up their candidacy forms. Town Board candidates also need to collect signatures from supporters.
When the proper paperwork is filled out and the signatures turned in to Clerk Sharon Provos, the candidacy becomes official. The filing deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 4.
Those seats up for re-election on the Troy Town Board are now held by Wahrenbrock, supervisor; Jan Cuccia, supervisor; and Ray Knapp, chairman.
Provos said Wednesday that Cuccia and Knapp have taken out candidacy forms, which indicates they're interesting in seeking re-election.
The filing period for Town Board candidates is followed up by a spring election held in April.
The Troy Town Hall is at 654 Glover Road. It is open for business Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Call 715-425-2665.