With the launch of a new website, First Selectman Jayme Stevenson — along with Republican selectman Susan Marks and newcomer Kip Koons — will officially kick off their campaigns Sunday night.

The trio will meet and greet voters from 4 p.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 27, at Grove Street Plaza. The slate has also launched darienfirst2015.com.

“We will continue to lead Darien forward with our commitment to the preservation of local control over fiscal and quality of life issues, through strategic and thoughtful investments and sound policy making,” Stevenson said.

Independent candidates Rob Werner and Chris Noe are also running for first selectman, and Republican Spencer McIlmurray, a longtime mainstay of the Representative Town Meeting, is vying for a spot as selectman as a petitioning candidate.

Stevenson, Marks and Koons have identified their some priorities if elected including:

Strong representation on behalf of Darien in Hartford and with the newly formed regional Council of Governments (COG).

Working with the Department of Transportation on comprehensive redevelopment of the Noroton Heights Train Station.

Converting town street lights to high-efficiency LEDs for improved light quality and long-term cost savings.

Pursuing housing initiatives that encourage empty-nesters and seniors to remain in town while attracting young professionals and families, as well as commercial redevelopment.

For further details, please view the campaign website at darienfirst2015.com, or contact Campaign Manager Sara Franzese at sara@franzese.net or 203-803-7003.