Town Meeting 2016: Gartenstein reelected to Brattleboro Selectboard
BRATTLEBORO >> David Gartenstein will serve another year on the Selectboard after receiving the majority of the votes during Tuesday's election.
Currently serving as board chairman, Gartenstein received 2,019 votes to beat out former board member Dick DeGray and newcomer Avery Schwenk. Schwenk had 1,505 votes. DeGray had one less.
Running unopposed for a three-year seat, Selectboard Vice Chairwoman Kate O'Connor received 2,564 votes.
Other unopposed positions were reported Tuesday. Lawrin Crisp received 2,654 votes for moderator. J. Eric Annis had 2,525 votes for lister. Richard Cooke received 2,585 votes for first constable. David Emery had 2,638 votes second constable. Marshall Wheelock received 2,599 votes for trustee of public funds.
Jill Stahl-Tyler was elected school director for three years with 2,555 votes. Todd Roach and Mark Truhan will both serve as school directors for one year. Roach received 2,231 votes while Truhan had 2,057. Robert Woodworth will be Brattleboro Union High School director after getting 2,526 votes.
Town Meeting representatives elected in District 1 for three years include Katherine Dowd, Elwin Hamilton, Prudence MacKinney, Paul Melton and Walter Slowinski. Pamela Case and Sarah Dinicola were elected for a one-year term in the district.
Serving as Town Meeting representatives in District 2 for three years will be William (Joe) Bushey, Kurt Daims, Maya Hasegawa, Elizabeth (Bety) Judson, Richard Langlois, Sylvia Lyon, Dylan Mackinnon, Georgia Morgan, Jackie Stromberg, Robert Tortolani, Francine Vallario and Marshall Wheelock.
Franz Reichsman was elected as a Town Meeting representative in District 2 for a two-year term.
Serving as Town Meeting representatives for three years in District 3 will be Spoon Agave, John Bixby, Mary Ellen Bixby, Roni Byrne, David Emery, Richard Evers, Betsy Gentile, David Manning, Elizabeth (Liz) McLoughilin, Roger Miller, Dennis Newman, Sandra Page, William Penniman and Leo Schiff.
In the same district, James Maxwell was elected for a two-year term.
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