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Watkins candidates announce intention to run

WATKINS GLEN—Mark Swinnerton has announced his candidacy for Watkins Glen mayor with Scott Gibson and Kevin Smith running for trustee positions.
Swinnerton will run against Judy Phillips.  Gibson and Smith are seeking seats currently held by William Smagner and Nick Kelly, who is not seeking reelection.
Swinnerton has worked in the construction industry for the past 20 years and has worked as a Chief Estimator, Project Manager, and as a Senior Project Manager on projects.  He is currently managing a $25 million project for SUNY Binghamton which is scheduled to be completed in July
He was village trustee from 2004 to 2008 and is currently the president of the Watkins Glen – Montour Lions Club.  He was also vice chairman of the Schuyler County Republican Party from 2003 to 2008.
Gibson has worked in both the private and public sector in Environmental Engineering for the past 20 years. Through his career, he has managed multi-million dollar water and wastewater construction projects, design and build infrastructure improvement work, technical review, budgeting, planning, and utilities management and support.
An employee with the city of Ithaca for the past nine years, he has served on many job related government subcommittees and currently sits as a technical staff liaison to the joint committee for the intermunicipally owned Ithaca Area Wastewater Treatment Plant.
Smith has worked in the field of Industrial Manufacturing for the past four years as a Project Development Engineer.  His community activities involve serving on the Watkins Glen Village Planning Board since his appointment in 2008.  Smith is also an active member in the Watkins Glen – Montour Lions Club and currently sits on the board of directors.

 


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