Monroe set to hold election Monday

  • Town Hall sign in Monroe. Recorder Staff/Paul Franz

Recorder Staff
Published: 5/3/2018 9:32:04 PM

MONROE — Eight town officials are running for re-election Monday when Monroe holds its town election. The polls are open from 2 to 6 p.m.

Besides electing town officials, voters will also see a ballot question for a debt exclusion that will allow this town of 120 people to borrow money to upgrade the town’s wastewater treatment plant. A debt-exclusion vote allows the town to temporarily raise taxes above 2½ percent, until the debt is paid off. No amount is listed on the ballot, but the issue will be addressed at Monroe’s annual town meeting on June 25.

David Gagne is seeking re-election to his three-year seat on the single board that serves as the town’s Selectboard/Board of Health and Planning Board.

No one is on the ballot for a three-year term on the School Committee, but several other incumbents are seeking re-election for three-year terms:

Raynold Passardi, Finance Committee; Library Trustee Betsy Bizarro; and Constable Carla Davis-Little.

For one-year terms, the following incumbents are seeking re-election: Moderator Norman Goddermote; Town Clerk Marcella Stafford Gore; Auditor Carla Davis-Little; and Tree Warden Raynold Passardi.

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