Democratic Board and Commission Members
|Curtis Rand First Selectman|
Born and raised in Salisbury, Curtis has served as First Selectman for five terms. He has helped numerous committees to design and improve our infrastructure, raise private capital, seek and secure grants to ensure that our buildings, roads, and bridges are well maintained into the future—all while achieving the lowest mill rate in the state. His career in natural resource management and education brings an important environmental perspective to our local government. Curtis is committed to protecting the values that make Salisbury a special place to live and raise a family.
|Chris Williams Board of Selectmen|
Chris has been a Salisbury resident for more than 30 years. After serving in the United States Marine Corps, he returned to Salisbury to raise his family. He is a 30-year employee of the State of Connecticut in the Department of Transportation, with extensive experience on road projects. Chris has been a Justice of the Peace since 1990, a former member of the Salisbury Fire Commission for 10 years, former Town Grove Staff member, and former Pack 7 Packmaster and Scoutmaster. He is currently serving on the Board of Finance as well as the Board of Assessment Appeals; he also has been appointed to Scenic Roads, as well as Pathways and Sidewalk committees.
|Jennifer Weigel Region 1 Board of Education Rep.|
Resident since 1999 with husband, Gene Chin. Their 3 children attended Salisbury Central & Housatonic Valley Regional High School; her youngest son is attending the high school. Jennifer is currently vice chair of the Region 1 Board of Education. She served on the Salisbury Board of Education for 8 years, and was vice chair for four years. Other board memberships include the Housatonic Child Care Center, Habitat for Humanity, Scoville Memorial Library, and SOAR.
|Michael Clulow Board of Finance|
Mike has lived in Salisbury since 2008, with his wife Amy Rasner, and their three children—Soren (HVRHS), Charlotte (HVRHS), and Frances (Salisbury Central). He has served on the Board of Finance for the past six years and was recently appointed Chair of the Salisbury Central Building Committee (charged with recent renovations at the school). He has more than 25 years of experience in the finance industry and currently is working as a portfolio manager for EFG Asset Management. Mike has a B.S. in Finance from Miami University and an M.B.A. from NYU. He looks forward to serving another term on the Board.
|Dave Bayersdorfer Board of Education|
Salisbury resident for 40 years, David is a retired social studies teacher from Housatonic Valley Regional High School where he also served as Athletic Director, Interim Principal, and Assistant Principal. He is currently serving on the Salisbury Central Board of Education, a board member (Emeritus) of the Salisbury Association, a Vestry member of St. John's Church and Chairman of the 21st Century Fund. "I want to continue to have education as a top priority in the town of Salisbury and to maintain Salisbury Central's outstanding programs and educational professionals."
|Keith Moon Board of Education|
Living in Lakeville since 1989, Keith instructs both English and History at the Hotchkiss School while teaching Russian literature courses at Noble Horizons for six years. His wife, Bridget, is a math teacher and their two sons, Peter (teaching in Baltimore) & Stephen (sophomore at Harvard), spent their elementary and middle school years at Salisbury Central. “As a career teacher, I’ve always been interested in the town’s education system and am eager to continue giving back to my sons’ school.”
|Barrett Prinz Board of Education|
Barrett and family live in Lakeville and all three children attend Salisbury Central School. He joined the SCS board in fall 2016 to fill a vacancy. He coaches the Salisbury majors/youth baseball team, is the former board chair for the Pan African Sanctuary Alliance, and has been a volunteer for youth sports and NPOs in CT, NY, & MA. He is chief legal officer for an international agricultural social enterprise that partners with smallholder farmers across East Africa to improve crop yields and profit.
|Allen Cockerline Planning & Zoning Commission|
After 28 years in Falls Village (he was chair of Region 1 Board of Education), Allen and wife, Robin, purchased part of Whippoorwill Farm in 2003 and raise grass-fed livestock. Starting as an alternate, he has been a regular member since 2012, helping develop new, and revise former, regulations. He wants to safeguard our valuable resources for the full enjoyment and prosperity of the collective community.
|Martin Whalen Planning & Zoning Commission|
A life-long resident of Salisbury, Marty was Lakeville’s Postmaster for 25 years. He has served on P&Z for 20+ years, where his deep knowledge of the area has proved invaluable. Marty is a member of the SVAS and a former member of the Lakeville Hose Company. “There is always going to be growth and change, which requires a process to try to keep it orderly. Planning & Zoning works to assure that sense of order, while also maintaining the character of our town.”
|Cathy Shyer Planning & Zoning Commission|
A native of New Zealand, Cathy resigned from her position as Managing Director of AC Nielsen (NZ) Ltd, and moved to the United States in 1993. She and her husband, Robert, have owned a home in Salisbury since 1998. Cathy has been actively involved in the Lake Wonoscopomuc Association throughout this time. She joined the Planning and Zoning Commission in 2012.
|Steve Victory Zoning Board of Appeals|
A 29-year resident of Salisbury, Steve has retired from the Office for People with Developmental Disabilities in New York state. He has served on the ZBA board since 1993, and is a former board chairman. Steve is a past president of EXTRAS, serving from 1988–1998, served as a volunteer coach for 27 years of softball and soccer for Salisbury Recreation, and as a volunteer instructor for American Red Cross and American Heart Association for more than 25 years.
|Donald Cuneo Zoning Board of Appeals|
Don retired in 2013 to his Salisbury home of 36 years. He has served on ZBA since January 2015, being elected Vice Chairman in December 2016. He is Secretary of the Board of NWCONNect (for universal high-speed broadband and enhanced mobile service to our region), and has worked with the Salisbury Refugee Committee assisting a Syrian refugee family. He was a lawyer for 22 years, then President/CEO of International House for 20 years, a non-profit 700-graduate student community.
|Eugenie Warner Zoning Board of Appeals Alternate|
Eugenie grew up in Salisbury and lives and works in Lakeville. A former litigator in California, she is in-house counsel and consultant to investment advisers. Currently an alternate on ZBA, she is also a Trustee of the Salisbury Association and a member of the Salisbury Land Trust. “I value the work of the ZBA as we strive to provide fair hearings with unbiased analysis to the process. Zoning is integral to town planning and responsible growth; good process is integral to fair implementation.”
|Charlie Kelley Board of Assessment Appeals|
Charlie has lived in Salisbury for the past 19 years. He currently serves on the Salisbury/Sharon Resource Recovery Authority and co-chairs its building committee. After “talking trash” for 13 years, he is excited our new transfer station has been issued a building permit so construction can begin. Charlie also serves on the Board of Trustees for the Northeast Resource Recovery Authority (NRRA), a multi-state recycling organization based in Epsom, NH.