GROVELAND — A large majority of the 720 residents who voted in Monday's town election took advantage of early, mail-in ballots, according to Town Clerk Elizabeth Cunniff.

Two seats on the Board of Selectmen and one five-year seat on the Housing Authority were the only contested races.

According to the unofficial results posted by the town Monday night, Kathleen Katrinelis and Jason Naves won the selectmen seats with 530 votes and 313 votes, respectively. Debra Young followed with 287 and Daniel Stewart had 154.

Kathleen Prunier won the five-year Housing Authority seat with 381 votes over Jay Collins, who received 276 votes.

The remaining races on the ballot were uncontested.

Inger Burke received 530 votes for the three-year Housing Authority seat. Emily Dwyer received 549 votes for the Groveland seat on the Pentucket Regional School Committee. Michael Kastrinelis received 587 votes for Cemetery Commission.

Sean Labelle received 560 votes for the three-year Light Commission seat, and Michael Cloutier received 541 votes for the one-year seat on that commission.

For the three positions on the Langley-Adams Library Trustees, Laurel Puchalski received 551 votes, Robert Downey received 450 and write-in candidate Jamie Koulouras received 12. The seats are for three years.

Dana Moody received the five write-in votes needed to secure a three-year assessor seat.

Bill Darke received 30 votes as a write-in candidate for town moderator.

John Bellinger received six write-in votes for the two-year Water and Sewer Commission seat.

There were no official candidates listed on the ballot for the one-year assessor seat, the three-year Board of Health seat, the three-year Planning Board seat, the one-year Planning Board seat, or the three-year Water and Sewer Commission seat.

The Annual Town Meeting will take place June 22 at 7 p.m. at Bagnall School, 253 School St.

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