By JIMMY LAWTON
LISBON – A Lisbon father and three of his children will challenge town officials in the November elections, according to Lisbon Town Clerk Donna McBath.
Patrick Green, a Lisbon cattle farmer, will challenge current Town Supervisor James Armstrong for the top seat on the town board, while his son R.L. Green has submitted a petition to challenge long-time Lisbon Town Justice Phil Fonda.
Pat Green’s daughter Ruth Green, 21, has also submitted a petition to run for one of two open town council seats.
Town councilor Gary Jarvis, a former St. Lawrence County sheriff’s deputy, who was appointed to fill a vacant seat, also plans to run for a full-term.
Pat Green’s daughter Sarah, 18, has expressed intentions to run as a write-in candidate for town councilor, but has not filed a petition.
Allan Livingston Jr. is also challenging long-time Republican Highway Superintendent Timothy Dow for his job.
The elections will be held Tuesday, Nov. 5.