Hennessey lives in Delmar with his wife and two children.
Republicans Scheuermann, chairman of the town party, and Burns will be up against Dawson and Hennessey this fall.
Burns has lived in Bethlehem for the past 17 years and is an organizational management consultant. She is active in the Bethlehem Chamber of Commerce and said she believes overdevelopment and traffic safety are some of the main issues facing residents.
"It seems that the town is growing very quickly," said Burns. "I feel I can be part of the solution."
Burns also has the support of both the Conservaive and Repblican parties.
Scheuermann, a lawyer who is active in many community organizations including the Bethlehem Soccer Club, said his run for a seat on the town board is not about partisan politics.
"We need to try and make this a balanced government," Scheuermann said.""