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Meet The Candidates For The Webster Board Of Selectmen

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Mark Dowgiewicz, Earl Gabor, Lisa Kontoes & Robert Miller

There is another town-wide election for residents of Webster coming up on Monday, May 6th.  There are 4 candidates running for 2 open seats on the Board of Selectman.

We invite you to listen and read more about all four candidates for the Board of Selectmen.   As a public service to our community, THE LAKE 940 has provided each candidate 20 minutes of time so that you may get to know them better.

To be fair, we are introducing the candidates to you in alphabetical order by last name.

Incumbent Mark Dowgiewicz is a 58 year resident of Webster.  He is a graduate of Bartlett High School and Worcester State University.  Mark is a former member of the Webster Police and Fire Departments and is a retired Connecticut State Police Trooper and current U.S. Federal Court Security Marshal in Worcester.  He has held a seat on the Board of Selectmen for 18 years beginning in 1999.

To Listen To, And Read More, About Mr. Dowgiewicz, Click Here.

Earl Gabor is a life-long resident of Webster, spending 72 years in town.  He is former chairman of the Webster Finance Committee and also a chairman on the newly formed Webster Water and Sewer Commission and member of the Memorial Beach Committee.  Earl is also a graduate of Bartlett High School and is retired as a Director of a number of clinical service departments and holds degrees in Radiologic Technology and Computer Science.

To Listen To, And Read More, About Mr. Gabor, Click Here.

Lisa Kontoes is a 44 year resident of Webster, graduate of Bartlett High School and holds a degree in Business Administration from Northeastern University.  She has worked at MAPFRE Insurance in Webster for the last 22 years.  Lisa is a former member of the Webster School Committee and is active in many youth sports programs in town.

To Listen To, And Read More, About Ms. Kontoes, Click Here.

Incumbent Robert Miller has lived in Webster for 68 years and also graduated Bartlett High School.  He is a graduate of New England Institute in Boston and owns Robert J. Miller Funeral Home on School Street in Webster and previously served as chairman of the Webster Finance Committee.

To Listen To, And Read More, About Mr. Miller, Click Here.

Remember, the town-wide election will be held on Monday, May 6th in Webster.  Polls will be open from 7AM to 8PM.  Please note your voting location may have changed since last year.  All voting will take place in the Town Hall auditorium (precincts 1,2,3,4,5).  For further information please click here.

On election day, May 6th, Church Street will be closed to all through traffic.  Parking for voters will be Church Street, Main Street, and the Town Hall parking lot.

For residents who have questions, they may contact the Town Clerk’s office at (508) 949-3800, extension 4003.