Wrentham Holds Elections Today
Town elections being held in Wrentham today.
Wrentham is holding elections for town offices today.
The voting, which is taking place at the Wrentham Elementary Schools, will determine the new occupants of two selectmen seats. Charles Kennedy, George R. Smith and incumbent Stephen Langley have all filed to run for the seats, which carry three-year terms. The other board incumbent, Robert Leclair, has not filed to run.
Other than the selectmen, there is only one other contested race for the April 2 election: Janet Millian and incumbent Mary Geromini have both filed to run for a five-year term on the town housing authority.
No one has filed to run for the three-year King Philip School Committee seat, which is currently occupied by Matthew Gray.
Three people will run for three-year Planning Board terms, all of them incumbents: George R. Smith, Everett Skinner and Alexander Lyon. A fourth, incumbent Gregg McCombs, will run for a two-year seat.
Incumbents Tracey Murphy and Michelle Rouse have filed to run for their Wrentham Elementary School Committee seats, each of which carry a three-year term.
Fiske Library Trustees Maureen Osolonik, Julie Mollica and Kathleen MacKenzie will run for reelection.
Town Moderator Ketih Billian, Board of Health member Brian Kelly and Assessor Irene Levesque are all seeking reelection.