Selectman candidate Joseph D’Amore said his financial successes as a member of the Pentucket School Committee have brought him experience that would be valuable on the Board of Selectmen.
“I helped reduce costs in the School Department when I helped lower the health care costs,” he said. “We had the non-union employees agree to a higher co-pay.”
The union employees co-pay was not reduced, D’Amore said.
Here are candidates for other available town positions, all uncontested according to the ballot:
:Tree warden: Incumbent Mark McCabe.
Light commissioner: Incumbent Kermit Cross.
Road commissioner: Incumbent Robert Arakelian.
Water and sewer commissioner: Incumbent John Willett.
Town clerk: Incumbent Anne Brodie.
Board of Health: No candidates took nomination papers.
Assessor: William Darke.
Library trustees: Incumbents Barbara Gauvin and Kathleen Prunier for two positions. Carlos DelCastillo is running for the third available spot.
Cemetery commissioner: Incumbent Richard Sciacca.
School Committee: Incumbent Lisa O’Connor.
Planning Board: Incumbents Robert Arakelian and Walter Sorenson Jr. for two seats.