Kathy Welsh

Kathy Welsh

POUGHKEEPSIE – The Dutchess County Regional Chamber of Commerce’s October Contact Breakfast will include a forum between the candidates for Town of Poughkeepsie Supervisor, Jon J. Baisley and challenger Michael Treybich.

Town of Poughkeepsie Supervisor, Jon J. Baisley

It will be held from 7:30 to 9 a.m. on Wednesday, Oct. 18 at the Poughkeepsie Grand Hotel.

The candidates will each have an opportunity speak about where they stand on pertinent issues and answer questions.

The cost to attend the breakfast is $25 for members in advance or $30 at the door. Nonmembers can attend for $35. To RSVP, call (845) 454-1700, ext. 1000 or visit dcrcoc.org.

To submit a question for the candidates, email RichK@dcrcoc.org.

Baisley has served the residents of the Town of Poughkeepsie in many different capacities over the years, and has been Town Supervisor since 2016 after serving as Town Board Member for more than 13 years. His communications say his emphasis is on cooperation rather than Party affiliations, and this approach has made the Town a better place to live, work and play.

Challenger Michael Treybich

Treybich, in his law practice, represents homeowners and small businesses of all kinds in court and in their transactions, according to his website. He says his background in representing small businesses and homeowners as well as running his own successful businesses gives him the experience and the ideas to get to work on the problems we all face together.

D’Arcangelo & Co. LLP proudly sponsors this breakfast. A regional public accounting firm, D’Arcangelo & Co. was organized in Westchester County in 1950. They now have several offices located throughout the state. The practice includes, but is not limited to, accounting and auditing services, tax services, and management advisory services.

Representatives from Astor Services for Children and Families, Dutchess Day School, and Hudson Valley Community Services will also be in attendance.

The Chamber’s Ambassador committee has partnered with the Chamber’s Workforce Development Center to collect canned and dry goods at each Contact Breakfast. Donations are greatly appreciated.

 

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