3 write-ins, but no winner for Warwick’s transfer station commissioner post

<!-- span.deletedtext { background-color: red; background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: scroll } span.embeddedtag { background-color: yellow; background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: scroll } span.note { background-color: lime; background-repeat: repeat; background-attachment: scroll } --> WARWICK — Three write-in votes for a two-year transfer station commissioner position failed to yield a clear winner in Tuesday’s annual town election.

There were no contests on the ballot, and 124 residents turned out to the polls, or 22.4 percent of Warwick’s 554 registered voters.

Edwin Cady, George Roaf, and Rodney Whipple each received a single write-in vote for transfer station commissioner. There was no ballot candidate for the position. Town Clerk Jeannette Fellows said none of the three men have yet indicated whether they would be interested in the position.

Re-elected to three-year terms were: Dawn Magi for selectman, Beth Gilgun for assessor, Kathy Tuttle-Connelly for Board of Health, George Roaf for cemetery commissioner, A. George Day Jr. for constable and D. Clare Green and Gregg Stone for library trustees.

Michael Mankowsky and David Koester were elected to three- and one-year seats on the Transfer Station Commission.

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