LENOX, Mass. — The town of Lenox has released the results of the annual town election held Monday, May 7.
In a five-way race for two three-year seats on the Board of Selectmen, Edward Lane (760) and Channing Gibson (562) bested David W. Berkel (332), Jedd L. Hall (195) and Carolyn L. Barry (134). There was one write-in.
Frances E. Sorrentino (829) and Jennifer S. Reinholt (530) won the two three-year seats on the School Committee over Jo Anne H. Magee (450) and Nora O'Brien (268); and Kathleen McNulty-Vaughan easily won the three-year seat on the Planning Board, polling 734 votes to Mark D. Woodward's 170.
Winning uncontested races were Hugh C. Cowhig, moderator, 787 votes; Marie V. Feder, Board of Health, 748; Scott M. Pignatelli, assessor, 859; and Marjorie J. Pero, one year of an unexpired term on the Housing Authority, 844.
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