VIDEO: Full house turns out for candidates forum

Courier holds public event ahead of election

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  • Photo by Molly Colgan Candidates running for Borough of Milford Mayor and Borough Council discuss the issues at a public forum held by The Pike County Courier. From left to right: Mayor candidates Nick May and Sean Strub; Council candidates Frank Tarquinio, Aaron May, Kim Reno and Frank Tarquinio.

  • Photo by Molly Colgan There was standing room only at the Milford Borough Hall Wednesday, October 25, for a candidate public forum held by The Pike County Courier.

  • Photo by Molly Colgan Milford Borough mayoral candidates Nick May and Sean Strub converse before the forum.

  • Photo by Molly Colgan From left: Joe Picard, Managing Editor of The Sparta Independent and The Township Journal; Pamela Chergotis, Managing Editor of The Pike County Courier and The Chronicle; mayoral candidate Nick May, reporter Erika Norton, mayoral candidate Sean Strub, council candidate Frank Tarquinio, Straus News Publisher Jeanne Straus, council candidate Aaron May, council candidate Kim Reno, and council candidate Rob Ciervo.


— There was standing room only at Milford Borough Hall Wednesday night, as residents packed in to hear the candidates running for mayor and borough council at a public forum held by The Pike County Courier.

With less than two weeks before the election, the two mayoral candidates and the four borough council candidates answered questions on a number of important issues to borough voters, from business retention and job creation, to police and emergency personnel services.

The Pike County Courier Editorial Board asked the candidates questions, some of which were submitted in advance by the public.

Running for mayor are Democrat Sean Strub and Republican Nick May. Both are running for a four-year term.

Running for borough council are Republican Rob Ciervo, Republican Aaron May, Democrat Kim Reno and Democrat Frank Tarquinio. The four candidates are running for three seats on the council for a four-year term.

The election is on November 7, with the polls open from 7 a.m. and closing at 8 p.m.

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