Filing Period Closed – Who's Running for Office?
A couple key races will highlight the elections this year.
It will be a duel between the two Al’s for the selectman seat at the elections in March. Candidacy filing period closed Friday, Feb. 1 at 5 p.m.
Al Letizio Jr. and Alan Carpenter have both filed for the seat left vacant by Bruce Breton. Breton decided he would not seek re-election when his term expires due to health issues.
Kristi St. Laurent and Sy Wrenn filed for two three-year positions on the Planning Board.
Heath Partington and Michael Scholz both announced their candidacy for Zoning Board of Adjustment. Partington will see his term expire this March while Scholz is currently serving as an alternate.
The Nesmith Library Board of Trustees will see a four-way race. Patricia Barstow, who currently serves as recording secretary on the Nesmith Library Board of Trustees, has filed to retain her seat. Also running for one of the three open three-year positions as library trustee are Anne-Marie O’Neil, Mimi Kolodziej and Catherine Robertson-Souter.
Wendi Devlin has filed for the one three-year position open on the Trustees of the Cemetery. No one filed for the open three-year position for Trustees of the Trust Fund.
On the school side, long-tenured School Board member Bruce Anderson filed early on to retain his position. He will be challenged by former Selectman Dennis Senibaldi.
Voting will take place on Tuesday, March 12 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Windham High School gymnasium.