Zoning Commission


The Zoning Commission Needs an Overhaul - Vote November 2

Candidates for a 4-year term

Darryel Pratt

Gary Goetz

As a lifelong Connecticut resident, Gary Goetz, along with his growing family, settled in Brookfield from his original hometown of Danbury, in 1997.  He and his wife of 35 years, Laurie (Neville), raised all three of their daughters here and all were educated within our excellent Brookfield Public School system.  

Gary is a member of the Brookfield Republican Town Committee and he also actively volunteers in several local service organizations, to include the Rotary Club and Sokol Lodge #30 in Brookfield.  He holds a Master’s degree in Healthcare Administration and a Bachelor’s degree in English Writing from Western Connecticut State University.

Gary Goetz strongly believes that now is the time for the people of Brookfield to step up and participate in their self-governance in order to ensure that we Brookfielders manage our own destiny and the future growth and zoning in the Town of Brookfield to provide our children and grandchildren a community that is even better than Brookfield is today.

Gary Goetz

Darryel Pratt 

Darryel, a Connecticut native grew up in Newtown, CT. Darryel and his wife moved to Brookfield in 2009 where their youngest child attended Brookfield High School graduating in 2015.

Darryel has worked in the electrical wholesale business for over forty years having held many positions including, inside sales, purchasing, account and sales management. In addition, he has held positions in the International Maintenance Institute as Vice President and President representing the organization on a national level.

He has served on two condo associations in Fairfield County while also acting as property manager for his own multi-family properties.

Darryel and his family moved to Brookfield in search of a less congested lifestyle. Darryel hopes to utilize his experience in business to help guide the growth of Brookfield, protect our open space, and encourage business growth in the area without destroying the unique qualities and beauty of Brookfield.

Anne Vogel

Anne Vogel has spent her entire professional career simultaneously in advertising and construction & home design. Having founded Vogel Marketing Group, LLC and Vogel Construction, LLC — operating both for nearly two decades — she is an accomplished businesswoman and entrepreneur. While running her mid-sized marketing firm, she and her staff became a trusted resource for a global Fortune 500 client base, generating 100s of millions of dollars in revenue.

As co-owner of Vogel Construction, LLC, she transformed a one-person carpentry business into a Design/Build General Contracting firm, building high end homes and collaborating with the finest architects throughout Fairfield County. Her kitchen and bath design has been featured in Better Homes & Gardens Magazine.

Community service to her credit consists of pro bono work for the Danbury Chapter of the American Red Cross and the Bridgeport Rescue Mission. Additionally, she created and planned hugely successful fund-raising events for young cancer victims, The 2nd Company Governor’s Horse Guard (Newtown, CT), and the Children’s Development Fund of Danbury Hospital — for which she received the Danbury Hospital President’s Award.

Anne's knowledge of construction, communication skills and leadership competency are what make her uniquely qualified to sit on the zoning board.

Candidate for a 2-year term

Bishendra Komar

Bishendra Komar

As a New York native Bishendra M. Komar grew up in Brooklyn (Canarsie and East New York) and Jamaica, Queens being only raised by his grandmother. Since his grandmother was an elderly lady, Komar was self taught at a very young age. He lived in many rough neighborhoods, where he has grown to be familiar with striving for better. Komar realized that he has always had a conservative mindset even when young. In 2017, he decided for a new beginning and moved to Danbury, CT. The past two years Komar found his new home in Brookfield with his three year old son and now has even more of a motivation to make Brookfield stronger.

Komar will bring to his role a level of commitment, dedication, and passion. He believes in making real changes and fighting for what is right. Komar will continue fighting until he can bring real, positive changes to Brookfield. He looks forward to winning the 2021 election so that he can serve to restore Brookfield back to its’ value and beauty.





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