Monday, May 6, 2013
Your Patch Facts for the day.
Things You Need to Know Today is a Patch column that provides readers with essential, daily information at a glance. Check back later for more, and let us know what you think of the feature in the comments section. 1. Official election results The official results of the Town Election are in. Click here for more information. 2. Men’s Book Discussion Group meeting Join the Men's Book Discussion Group the first Monday of each month 6:30 p.m. at Norton Public Library. The group is led by Jay Boucher. This month's selection is “Nothing to Envy: Real Lives in North Korea,” by Barbara Demick. 3. Carol Henderson book signing The Memory Room and Hope Floats and Wellness Center co-sponsor a discussion and book signing with author Carol Henderson 7…
Monday, March 18, 2013
Stephen Ceckowski to be a write-in for the Water/Sewer Board while Kelly Theresa plans to be a write-in for the Board of Assessors.
March 12 was the deadline to return these papers. All the papers that were returned have been certified and candidates obtained at least 50 signatures, as was required. “You will note that two of the people who took out papers did not return them,” said Town Clerk Danielle Sicard. “I have been in contact with both of these people and they are currently considering running as a write-in candidate.” The following people have taken out papers: Board of Selectmen (Two seats available): Incumbent Robert Kimball Jr., incumbent Robert Salvo Sr. and George Gillis School Committee (Two seats available): Incumbent Andrew Mackie, Valerie Desmond, Mark Powers and Daniel Sheedy Planning Board (Three seats available): Incumbent David Miller and George …
Monday, March 11, 2013
Deadline to submit papers is March 12.
Friday was the last day for Town Election candidates to obtain nomination papers. The following people have taken out papers: Board of Selectmen (Two seats available): Incumbent Robert Kimball Jr., incumbent Robert Salvo Sr. and George Gillis School Committee (Two seats available): Incumbent Andrew Mackie, Valerie Desmond, Mark Powers and Daniel Sheedy Planning Board (Three seats available): Incumbent David Miller and George Burgess Water/Sewer Board (One seat available): Stephen Ceckowski Board of Assessors (One seat available): Kelly Theresa Housing Authority (Two seats available): Incumbents Ralph Stefanelli and Robert Salvo Sr. The last day to submit nomination papers to the Board of Registrars for certification is Tuesday, March 12 …
Monday, February 4, 2013
Kimball and Salvo seek reelection on Board of Selectmen.
Several people have already begun their road to election day by obtaining nomination papers. Incumbents Robert Kimball Jr. and Robert Salvo Sr. are looking to be reelected while George Gillis is also vying for a seat. School Committee chairperson Andrew Mackie is seeking reelection while Beth McManus’ seat is being eyed by Valerie Desmond. Ralph Stefanelli and Robert Salvo Sr. are both trying to keep their Housing Authority positions. While three seats are available on the Planning Board, so far only incumbent David Miller has taken out papers. No one has taken nomination papers for the Water/Sewer Commission or Board of Assessors, which both have one seat apiece. Nomination papers for the Annual Town Election in Norton are available at …
Thursday, January 3, 2013
Seats available include Board of Selectmen, School Committee, Water/Sewer Commission, Board of Assessors, Planning Board and Housing Authority.
Thursday, January 3
Nomination papers for the Annual Town Election in Norton are available at the Town Clerk’s office beginning Monday, Jan. 28. Seats up for grabs are: Board of Assessors: One three-year term currently held by Barbara E. Martin. Housing Authority: Two five-year terms currently held by Robert S. Salvo Sr. and Ralph Stephanelli (appointed for Stanley Mederios vacancy). Planning Board: Three three-year terms currently held by David J. Miller and George F. Burgess and Alec E. Rich Jr. School Committee: Two three-year terms currently held by Andrew Mackie and Elizabeth A. McManus. Board of Selectmen: Two three-year terms currently held by Robert W. Kimball Jr. and Robert S. Salvo Sr. Water/Sewer Commission: One three-year term currently held by …
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Incumbents re-elected, questions 2 and 3 fail.
Wednesday, April 25, 2012
Scroll through the attached PDF to see how precincts voted in this year's election.
Tuesday, April 24, 2012
A reminder of the candidates and questions on the ballot.
Today is the annual Norton Town Election. If you need a reminder of the races and questions on the ballot, we got you covered. There are two contested races; Board of Selectmen and School Committee. Both have three candidates and two open seats. Tim Giblin and Bradford Bramwell are seeking re-election for the Board of Selectmen while James Dinsel is also vying for a seat. While Deniz Savas will be trying to keep his seat on the School Committee, Phillip Lynch and Christopher McMahon Jr. are running against him. Voters will also decide if the Water and Sewer Commission and Town Clerk positions will be elected or appointed. Below are the questions as they will appear on the ballot. Question One The proposed Charter amendment will make …
Monday, April 23, 2012
Deniz Savas, Phillip Lynch and Christopher McMahon Jr. are running for the two open positions.
The annual Town Election will be held Tuesday, April 24. Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Norton High School. Incumbent Deniz Savas is seeking re-election while Phillip Lynch and Christopher McMahon Jr. are vying for the two available seats on the School Committee. Norton Patch sent out a questionnaire to candidates. While responses are unedited from Lynch and Savas, McMahon’s answers are from interview notes due to technological issues. Background on candidates Phillip J. Lynch Age: 37 Wife: Stephanie Son: Connor (7) attends JCS Elementary School Moved to Norton 3+ years ago; Volunteer with Norton Youth Baseball; Stephanie involved extensively with the JCS SPO. Career focused on corporate banking/financial analysis at various …
Tuesday, April 17, 2012
James Dinsel, Bradford Bramwell and Tim Giblin vying for two open chairs.
The annual Town Election will be held Tuesday, April 24. Polls will be open 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. at Norton High School. Incumbents Bradford Bramwell and Timothy Giblin are aiming to keep their seats on the Board of Selectmen while James Dinsel is running for one of the three-year terms. Norton Patch sent out a questionnaire to candidates. With the exception of Dinsel, who did not submit a response, here are the candidates answers. Background on the candidates Timothy Giblin Age: 49 Bachelors Degree in Accounting Western New England University, Springfield MA Masters Degree in Finance Providence College, Providence RI. I have lived in Norton for the past 15 years and during that time, also served on the Board of Selectman for two consecutive 3…