REPUBLICANS SEEKING CANDIDATES TO FILL POSTS ON TOWN BOARDS AND RTC

The Weston Republican Town Committee (RTC) is interviewing candidates for a vacancy on the Republican Town Committee, the town Library Board and the Board of Ethics.  Republicans who would like to be considered for one of these positions should contact Katia Colaprico, chairman of the RTC’s Candidate Recruitment Committee, at WESTONrtc.ct@gmail.com.

The 25-member RTC represents the town’s approximately 1,800 registered Republicans in political affairs, supports the election of Republican candidates, and screens and endorses Republican volunteers for the town’s principal boards and commissions.  The RTC meets the second Tuesday of every month at 7:30 p.m. in Town Hall.

The Library Board writes and implements policies, oversees long range planning, and works closely with the library director in preparing the annual budget.  Each trustee is an advocate for the library and its staff. The nine-person board meets the first Tuesday of each month at 7:45 p.m. in the library.

The Board of Ethics consists of five members, none of whom hold any elective or appointed Town office.  The Board members receive, investigate, hear testimony, and render advisory opinions to town boards and commissions and when appropriate the Board of Ethics makes recommendations to the Board of Selectmen on alleged violations of the Town of Weston Code of Ethics.  The Board only meets when the need arises.

For more information on the Weston RTC, please visit www.westonrtc.org or attend a meeting.