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The Slate of Candidates for the May Election

by Chris Cain
April 7, 2019

 As of the filing deadline on April 2nd, the following candidates are running for office in the Town Election scheduled for May 21, 2019. 

The Publishers of the Holliston Reporter are inviting all candidates to submit a Statement of Candidacy to Pubs.holliston.reporter@gmail.com outlining their qualifications for the office they seek (using the Civics Sundays role descriptions as a reference) and a summary of ideas / proposals for the office being sought all in 500 words - a photo is optional.  All candidate statements received by April 15th will be published prior to the election.  Candidates, please help the citizens of Holliston make the most informed choice when we vote in May.

Individual/Board/ Committee

Vacancies

Candidates who have returned signed nomination forms - FINAL

Moderator

1

W. Mayer

J. Mann

 

 

 

Town Clerk

1

E. Greendale

 

 

 

 

Board of Selectmen

1

J. Marsden

M. Coletti

T. Hein

 

 

Board of Assessors

1

P. Barbieri

 

 

 

 

Finance Committee

3

J. Leary, Jr

V. Murphy, Jr

K. Szajda

D. Alfred

 

Board of Health

1

I. Rahim

C. Dubin

 

 

 

Housing Authority

1

 

 

 

 

 

Trustee of Public Library

2

R. Ostrow

K. Wiwczar

 

 

 

Park Commissioner

2

J. Keast

M.Kaspern

 

 

 

Planning Board

1

K. Apuzzo – Langton

 

 

School Committee

2

C. Listewnick

D.Neborsky

 

 

 

 

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