Theresa Egan announced she will be running for another two-year term as Bethlehem supervisor.
A little over three years ago, we started on a journey for a new vision for Bethlehem, Egan said to a group of civic leaders during the annual Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce State of the Town breakfast Wednesday, Jan. 31, at the Bethlehem Historical Association.
"This is not a vision for just today or tomorrow, it's a vision for the future," said Egan.
The supervisor highlighted the town's many accomplishments over the past year while setting a new course for 2007.
Egan's re-election announcement comes one day after 21-year-old Selkirk resident Victor Rodriguez announced he will be running for the town supervisor seat.
Rodriguez vowed to cut the supervisor's salary from $97,000 to $50,000 if elected. Rodriguez tried to run for the seat two years ago but several hundred of his petitions were invalidated.