If you haven't gotten enough election talk yet, Muskego has begun its season today, as candidates may begin filing papers for aldermanic seats, municipal judge and school board.
Muskego Common Council seats for the first, third and fifth districts, currently held by Tracy Snead, Neil Borgman and Dan Soltysiak respectively, will be up for re-election in 2012. Presently Borgman and Soltysiak have announced they will run again. Inquiries to Alderman Snead have not been answered yet.
In addition, second district alderman Kert Harenda will have the option to run for the third district seat, as redistricting has meant he will no longer be living in the second district. Should he decide to continue in his district, he will not need to relinquish his seat until the 2013 election.
The municipal judgeship currently held by Patrick Berigan will also be on the ballot. Judge Berigan has confirmed he will run again.
Salaries for Aldermen are $293.79 biweekly, and the salary for municipal judge is $423.08.
For Muskego School Board, Lisa Warwick, Eric Schroeder and Mike Serdynski have all indicated they intend to run for re-election; should there be more than three additional candidates for these seats, a primary will be held in February, with the final six on the ballot for April.
Board members receive $4,073 per year and the board President receives $4,413 per year.