Fayetteville On Tuesday, March 18, voters in the village of Fayetteville will be able to cast their ballot in the local village election. Incumbents Mike Small and Chris Randall are running for the two available trustee seats on the village board. Voting runs from noon to 9 p.m. at village hall. For results of the election, check EagleBulletin.com for updates Tuesday night.
Christopher Randall has been an estimator and project manager for Patricia Electric, Inc. in Syracuse since 2006. A third generation electrician, he has been involved in electrical construction management since 1992 and is a member of International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers. Randall is currently serving his second term as trustee in Fayetteville and is an active member of the Fayetteville Fire Department where he is an apparatus operator and EMT. He provides CPR and first aid training for the department and public through the American Heart Association.
Randall is enjoying his first term as a member of the Syracuse Regional Airport Authority Advisory Board. He is also active with Fayetteville-Manlius Youth Football, serving on the board of directors and as the league medic. Randall lives on Concord Place with his wife Dawn, and three children Riley, Cole and Justin. He enjoys traveling, music and spending time with friends and family.
Why are you running for office?
I feel it’s important to have a good cross-section of residents ont he board. I also enjoy working with the other trustees and mayor on projects that positively impact the village we live in.
Why are you the best candidate for this office?
I strive to stay objective on matters that come before the board. It’s important to think things through and consider the long-term effect on the residents.
What are the major issues facing the village and what will you do to address them?