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Crofton Civic Association Elections

Mark your calendar for Tuesday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m. for the Crofton Civic Association election, to be held at Crofton Elementary School on Duke of Kent Street.  Anyone over 18–years old who lives in the Special Tax district is eligible to join the Civic Association and vote.

With all but one office uncontested and two offices without any candidate, it may seem as though voting in this election is an exercise in futility.  However, it’s important to let those people who serve on the Crofton Civic Association Board of Directors know that the community IS interested in what they do.  Or don’t do.  And showing up to vote is one way of communicating that. 

One issue comes to mind, in particular, and that‘s Crofton’s curb appeal on Route 3.  If our Civic Association Board of Directors doesn’t address it, who will?

Here’s a list of candidates:


I attempted to find some definition of the Crofton Districts, but I did not see it on the Crofton website and couldn’t find it anywhere online. 

However, I served as Distract 3 Director several years ago, when I lived in the “J” Section.  I also lived in District 1 for a number of years, and that was the “E” Section.  My home now is in District 5, as far as I know – the “S” Section.  And to the best of my knowledge, District 2 includes Lake Louise.  If that’s accurate, I guess District 4 must be the R’s and T’s, but I can’t say for sure. 

If I can find any additional information about the Districts or the candidates, I will update this post, so check back between now and Tuesday at 7 p.m.  



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