WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — Two residents are vying for one seat on the Board of Selectmen.
Incumbent Thomas Sheldon will face a challenge from Justin Adkins. There will also be a four-person race for two seats on the Elementary School Committee. Theodore Anagnos, Darryl Lee Brown Jr., Christopher Jones and Richard Scullin III are all running for the two seats. Neither incumbent, Jennifer Trainer Thompson and Adams Filson, returned nomination papers.
The remaining races are uncontested. Below is the list of races.
SELECTMEN 1 seat
Justin D. Adkins
WILLIAMSTOWN ELEMENTARY SCHOOL COMMITTEE (K-6) 2 Seats
Darryl Lee Brown, Jr.
Richard J. Scullin III
LIBRARY TRUSTEE 1 seat
M. Geoffrey Hedden
PLANNING BOARD 1 seat
NORTHERN BERKSHIRE VOCATIONAL REGIONAL SCHOOL COMMITTEE 1 seat
Thomas R. Mahar
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Compliments to Tom Sheldon for his great work as a selectman. He serves our community with sensitivity and compassion. He has spent many hours this year dealing with very complex and stressful issues. Williamstown needs Tom Sheldon!
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