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Tim (Johnson) Arsenault Running for Vernon Town Clerk


Vernon native and Hall of Fame broadcaster Tim ( Johnson ) Arsenault, will seek the office of Vernon Town Clerk in the March first town wide election. The 59 year old Arsenault has served as the Town Moderator for the past 17 years, Brattleboro Union High School district Moderator for the past 16 years, Justice of the peace for 13 years, and Board of Civil Authority Chair for the past 7. He was named to the Vermont Association of Broadcasters Hall of Fame in 2014, and was the 2014 Brattleboro area Chamber of Commerce Person of the Year. Tim is a 1968 graduate of Vernon Elementary School, and a 1974 Brattleboro Union High school graduate.

“In a town like Vernon, the Clerk is very often the first point of contact for new or current residents, Arsenault stated. “My goal is to give all of our town’s hard working citizens the first class customer service they deserve, and will do my best to provide a friendly, welcoming tone, for all. “

The Vernon native is employed as News Director at Brattleboro radio stations WTSA FM and AM. Under Federal Communications Commission rules, Arsenault will not have an on air role at the radio station during the campaign.

Tim and his wife Sue live on Newton Hill Road in Vernon.

For more information, call 257 7881 or e mail grampagonzo@yahoo.com

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