Twenty-two candidates qualified successfully to appear on the ballot for the Jamaica Plain Neighborhood Council (JPNC) election Sept. 12.
That includes nine candidates for Area B, one of the three sub-districts the council divides the neighborhood into.
The council is made up of five candidates from each of the “areas” and five neighborhood-wide “at-large” members. There are six candidates for at-large seats.
JPNC Elections are scheduled for Sat., Sept. 12, with polling places at the Jamaica Plain World’s Fair in Hyde Square, J.P. Licks at 659 Centre St. and the Forest Hills T Station.
The candidates are:
Area A (Hyde/Jackson/Egleston Squares):
• Dave Demerjian, Round Hill St.
• Jesse Abair, Paul Gore St.
Area B (East of Centre St. between Egleston and Forest Hills)
• Yadelyn Acevedo, Plainfield St.
• David Baron, Glenvale Terrace
• Steven Laferriele, Gartland St.
• David Branham, Boylston St.
• Emily Wheelwright, Williams St.
• Florence Slepian, Sedgwick St.
• Steve Backman, Sedgwick St.
• Carlos Icaza, Greenough Ave.
• Edith Murnane, Chestnut Ave.
Area C (Pondside, Jamaica Hills, Forest Hills, Woodbourne)
• Jeremy Harold, Wachusett St.
• Andrea Howley, Pond St.
• Red Burrows, Wayburn Rd.
• Steven Lussier, David Rd.
• Karley Ausiello, Wachusett St.
• Michael Reiskind, S. Huntington Ave.
• Ben Knappmiller, Carolina Ave.
• Daniel Perez, Northbourne Rd.
• Erin Stringfellow, Forest Hills St.
• Francesca Fordiani, Lourdes Ave.
• Pam Bender, Wayburn Rd.
Biographical statements submitted by the candidates will appear in the August 28 issue of the Gazette. Find more information about the JPNC here