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Possible Race for Board of Health in Upton

It appears that a race for the Board of Health is underway in Upton as three residents have taken out nomination papers for the office, which has a three year term. Those who have taken out nomination papers include incumbent Al Holman, as well as residents Marsha Paul and Americo Bianco. The Town Election is scheduled for Monday, May 7.

As of February 27, the Board of Health is the only race in the Upton Town Election. The remaining nomination papers taken out and returned thus far have come from incumbents seeking re-election and include David Loeper, who has taken out nomination papers for the Moderator's one year term and Robert Fleming, who has also taken out his nomination papers for a three-year term on the Board of Selectmen. Kenneth Glowacki is seeking the three-year Collector/Treasurer position and has already returned his completed nomination papers as has Charles Marsden, who is seeking another three year term as Assessor of Taxes.

The Mendon Upton Regional School District Committee is seeking two positions and so far, only the two incumbents have taken out their nomination papers -- Donna Coakley-McGowan for a three year term and Philip DeZutter for a two year term.

Incumbent Leo Lamanuzzi has taken out nomination papers for the three year term for Cemetery Commission and the Library is seeking three Trustees for three years; incumbents include John Robertson, Erin Alcott, and Laurie Wodin. Robertson has taken out his nomination papers.

Other seats up for re-election which, as of February 27, have no candidates formally running include Recreation Commission for a three year term, the incumbent is Timothy Alibozek; Planning Board for five years, the incumbent is Margaret Carroll; Upton Housing Authority for one year, the incumbent is Linda Jones; Finance Committee for three years, the incumbent is Robert Driscoll; and Board of Commissioners of Trust Funds for three years, the incumbent is Kenneth Glowacki.

All completed nomination papers must be returned to the Town Clerk's office by 5 p.m. on March 19. All candidates are required to obtain 32 signatures from Upton registered voters. The deadline to register to vote in the May election is April 17. For questions on nomination papers or voter registration status, contact Town Clerk Kelly McElreath at 508-529-3565. The Town Clerk's office hours are Monday and Wednesday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.; Tuesday and Thursday from 9:15 a.m. to 1 p.m. and Tuesday and Thursday evenings from 6 to 8 p.m. The office is closed on Fridays.


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