Meet the Board

Board of Selectmen: Tom Banisch, Erin Duques, Peggy Lyons, Al Goldberg, Scott Murphy
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Peggy Lyons, First Selectwoman

(D) Term Expires: 11/1/2021

Telephone: 203-245-5602     

Email address: lyonsp@madisonct.org 


Tom Banisch

Tom Banisch


(R) Term Expires: 11/1/2021

Email address: banischt@madisonct.org

Liaison to the Following Boards / Committees / Commissions: Board of Finance, Council of Governments (COG), Connecticut Council of Municipalities (CCM), Investment Committee




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Erin Duques

(R) Term Expires: 11/1/2021

Email address: duquese@madisonct.org




Al Goldberg

Al Goldberg

(D) 11/1/2021

Al Goldberg has resided in Madison since 1975. He received a B.A. in psychology from The Johns Hopkins University and an M.B.A. in finance and the management of non-profit institutions from the University of Chicago. He is currently the Executive Director of a charitable foundation and served as the Vice-President and Chief Financial Officer of the Connecticut Hospital Association for more than 30 years. In the community, Goldberg served as a Board Officer of the Madison Visiting Nurse Association for 15 years and has been a Board Officer of the Madison Lakes Association for more than 20 years. He recently served as the President of Temple Beth Tikvah. He was a member of the Board of Finance for two years, and was elected to serve a term as Madison's First Selectmen His two children attended Madison Public Schools and he served as a coach on numerous Madison youth sports teams.

Liaison to the Following Boards / Committees / Commissions:
Police Commission, Retirement - Firemen’s Benefit Committee, Employee Retirement Board, Police Retirement Board, Check-Checker

Email address: goldberga@madisonct.org

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Scott Murphy

(D) 11/1/2021

Scott Murphy has been a resident of Madison since 2001. He received a B.A. in psychology from Connecticut College and is currently employed by Accenture for the past 25 years.  He was the Vice Chair of the Madison Park Development Commission for three years (Salt Meadow Park, formerly Griswold Airport), and was the Chairman of the Fields Advisory Committee.  Scott was a Deacon at North Madison Congregational Church for 3 years. He was also the President of Madison Little League for 8 years, and on the executive board for 11 years. Scott was a baseball, softball and soccer coach in town. He has three children, all attending Madison Public Schools, and his son is currently a student at Bentley University.

Liaison to the Following Boards / Committees / Commissions:
 Capital Improvement Program Committee, Youth & Family Services (FOMY, MADE) , Scranton Memorial Library Board, Ambulance Board of Directors, Check-Checker

Email address: murphysc@madisonct.org