On Tuesday, November 7th, it is more important than ever to exercise your freedom to vote
Polls will be open from 6am till 9pm
Vote Team B for a better Hurley!

Districts 1, 3, 5, and 7 will vote at the West Hurley Fire House
Districts 2, 4, 6, and 8 will vote at Hurley Town Hall

John Perry for Town Supervisor

Republican - Conservative - Independence

John Perry, his wife Dominique, and their three children Lucas, J.T., and Jordan have lived in Hurley for 14 years. John is the owner and operator of Signature Fitness in uptown Kingston for over 18 years. Having been the president of the Hurley Little League, a member of the Hurley Recreation Board, previously elected Town of Hurley Assessor in 2009, and a member of the Hurley Zoning Board John has always looked to be an active contributing member to our community. Now John would like to ask for your support as he seeks to contribute to our historic community as the next Town Supervisor.

Janet Briggs for Town Council

Republican - Independence

Janet Smedman Briggs is a lifelong resident of Hurley, growing up in Old Hurley and then moving to West Hurley to raise her family.  She attended Kingston High School, SUNY Ulster and SUNY New Paltz where she obtained her BS degree in Elementary Education (May 2009) and a Masters in Science and Technology (May 2013). Briggs has been employed by the Onteora Central School District since 1995.

In November 1999 Briggs was elected and served her first term as Town of Hurley Councilwoman from 2000-2003, and then served again from 2006 – 2017. During her four terms she has served as liaison to the Recreation Board, Historical Preservation Committee, and the Planning and Zoning Boards. Ms. Briggs has served as Deputy Supervisor to Gary Bellows for many years.

Councilwoman Briggs is grateful for the endorsements of the Republican and Independence parties and looks forward to continuing to serve the residents of the Town of Hurley.

Barbara Zell for Town Council

Republican - Conservative - Independence

Barbara Zell and her husband Christopher have lived in the town for 42 years. I graduated from UCCC in 1970 and continued my education at SUNYCortland . I grauated in 1972 with a BS in Education and a minor in English. I was elected to the Town Board in 2003, and again in 2009 and have served on the board until present. I have served on the following:

  • Town Recreation Comm.,Hurley Library Board, Hurley Nursery School Board, Town Preservation Committee, Hurley Heritage Society Board.
  • Served as the President of the Hurley Rec
  • Liaison to the Judicial, Building, Social Services ,Environmental and Election Committee boards for the town.
  • Believe in open government.
  • Concerned we are becoming an aging community, and many people are not able to keep their homes
  • Concerned with the increasing number of Zombie properties in the town.
  • We must continue to be extremely conservative in our spending of tax payer’s money.
  • Must continue to strive to keep taxes affordable and under the NYS Cap
  • Most continue to keep up with improvements with our infrastructure.

Lee Winne for Highway Superintendent

Republican - Conservative

My name is Lee Winne and I'm running for Town of Hurley Highway Superintendent. I was born in Olive Bridge, NY and moved to the Town of Hurley 17 years ago. I'm married to Melissa and we have one son, Keegan. I have been the owner of LW Tree Service for 13 years. I grew up in a family of many trades; construction, landscaping, and snow removal. I have been an active volunteer fireman for 26 years in both Olive and Hurley, currently holding the position of 1st Lieutenant. I ask for your support on November 7th and look forward to the opportunity to serve you.

What we have accomplished with minimal tax increases:

New sidewalks on Main Street

The best rail trail in Ulster County

A Town Hall we own with no mortgage

Drainage projects throughout the town

All Hurley owned roads are now paved

A 10 year settlement of the tax issue with the NYC DEP increasing the responsibility of NYC by over 90%

Solar panels for Town Hall lowering electric costs

Expansion of the town park

All of this while creating no debt for Town of Hurley residents!