|MARY ANN SUMNER|
MARY ANN SUMNER is running for a third term as town supervisor. Over two terms, Mary Ann has controlled costs and managed staff with finesse, dedicating many, many hours to untangling ongoing dubious financial practices and setting a course toward better fiscal management for the town's future. She is proud of the hard work she and the board put into protecting the town from heavy industry, producing action plans to go with the town's Comprehensive Plan, and—soon—attaining broadband service for rural areas to bring nearly all of Dryden into the 21st century.
See Mary Ann's website here.
JOE SOLOMON would like to represent Dryden in a second term on the town board. Joe currently serves as the liaison for the zoning board of appeals, the planning board, and the Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Plant (IAWWTP) as well as serving on the infrastructure committee. A civil engineer with Fisher Associates, Joe graduated from Cornell University in 1992 and Syracuse University in 2004. As a registered professional engineer in New York State, Joe has provided the Town Board with a valuable perspective during various infrastructure issues involving sewer and water, bridges, roads, and civil engineering projects undertaken by the town during his first term. He lives on Etna Road with his daughter, Tala.