Candidates vie for posts in Crofton civic group

April 01, 1994

Leadership of the Crofton Civic Association is up for grabs, and association member Martin A. Szostek is challenging Edwin F. Dosek, the incumbent president, for the two-year term.

The association administers the Crofton special tax district.

Mr. Szostek said his first priority is to "bring Crofton's budget and charter into compliance with state and county laws." Mr. Dosek said he hopes the campaign will be based on issues affecting Crofton's future, such as Route 3 traffic congestion.

Kenneth B. Folstein, director of the association's recreation and youth activities committee, is competing for the vice presidency against John F. Curtis III, a sales director for a surgical supply company.

Sharon Titcomb, Crofton's 1993 Citizen of the Year, is running unopposed for secretary.

Current board members Edward J. Ganning and Vice President John B. Maloney are running for the treasurer's post along with Thomas A. Neal, a chief of flight medicine at Andrews Air Force Base.

Mike Canning is running unopposed to represent District 1. Shannon Carol Garden will vie for the District 2 seat with incumbents Arlo C. Pedersen and Catherine S. Trebelhorn, who were thrown into competition by recent redistricting.

Incumbent Katherine S. Puhak is running unopposed in District 3. Mark A. Hagerty will battle Sheila Schneider in District 4. A three-way race in District 5 will pit Richard R. Trunnell against Linda VanSickel and Thomas A. Wolf.

The election is May 23.

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