Windsor Select Board assistant elected to board

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WINDSOR — After 2 1/2 years as the Select Board's assistant, Janet Sadlo will take a seat on the board.

Sadlo was elected to a three-year term on the board, winning 76 votes in Monday's annual town election. Marcel Mazeau received 36 votes.

Out of 657 registered voters, 112 people cast ballots.

"I'll definitely continue to work with the current Select Board to accomplish everything ... that we've already started," Sadlo said when reached by The Eagle on Tuesday. Her term begins July 1.

"I feel that we'll be able to keep the momentum up," she said.

Sadlo said there are multiple town issues she is interested in, including continuing work on a five-year strategic plan and working more with the Berkshire Regional Planning Commission.

The Select Board race was the only contested race on the ballot.

Two positions were elected through write-in votes, according to Town Clerk Madeline Scully, who was waiting to hear back from the individuals Tuesday as to whether they will accept the positions.

Gary Boody received two write-in votes for one of two available three-year terms on the cemetery commission, while Charles Sturtevant received five write-in votes for an available two-year term on the Finance Committee.

If Boody and Sturtevant choose not to accept their positions, the Select Board will appoint someone to serve until the next annual town election.

Incumbent Janet Boody was elected to the other available three-year term on the cemetery commission.

Incumbent David Shane Hill was re-elected as constable for a three-year term.

Incumbent W. Scott Rogers along with Timothy Crane and Michael McDonald, were elected to three, three-year terms on the Finance Committee.

Other incumbents returned to their posts are: Holly Higinbotham, library trustee; Mark Efinger, moderator, David Zink, Planning Board; Scully, town clerk; and Mark Hauge, tree warden.

Patricia LeBoeuf can be reached at pleboeuf@berkshireeagle.com, at @BE_pleboeuf on Twitter and 413-496-6247.


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