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No races in Deerfield election

DEERFIELD — There are 11 posts up for grabs in the town election, all of which, so far, are uncontested.

The following town officials have taken out nomination papers to run for re-election on April 30:

Selectman Mark Gilmore will run for re-election to a three-year term. Assessor John P. Coderre will run for re-election to a three-year term.

Two three-year-term positions on the Deerfield School Committee have opened up. Jamison Isler will run for re-election for one of those slots. No one has taken out nomination papers for the second position.

Alan Lipp will seek election to a three-year term to the Frontier Regional School Committee. Andrew F. Rohrs will seek re-election to a one-year term as Elector Under the Oliver Smith will.

John R. Baronas Jr. and John F. Waite will both seek re-election to serve for three years on the Planning Board.

Elsie M. Kolakoski will seek another three-year term as Tilton Library trustee. Satu T. Zoller will seek a two-year term as library trustee.

Roger J. Sadoski Jr. will run for re-election to a three-year term as constable. Sharyn A. Paciorek will also run for her first term as constable, a three-year position.

The last day to register to vote is April 10 from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. The town election will be April 30.

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