Withdrawals end contest for seat on Windsor panel

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WINDSOR — What might have been a contest for seats on Windsor's Finance Committee has turned into a shoo-in for one resident at Monday's annual town election.

Don Hall is the only remaining candidate for a three-year seat on the panel, after two others, Kim Tobin and Margie Kierstead, dropped out of contention, according to Town Clerk Madeline Scully.

Tobin remains a candidate for reelection to a three-year term on the Select Board, which she now chairs.

Uncontested races on Monday's ballot: Cemetery Commission (three years), Marcia Musiak; constable (three years), Kip Buoymaster; library trustee (three years), Beth Webb; Planning Board (five years), Doug McNally; Planning Board (one year), John Jones; and tree warden (one year), Mark Hague. McNally also serves on the Select Board.

Voting will take place from noon to 8 p.m. Monday in the Windsor Town Hall.

— Larry Parnass



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