Who's Running in the Shrewsbury 2013 Town Election So Far?

These candidates have pulled nomination papers.

Nomination papers have been available for the annual town election since Jan. 22, with a deadline of March 19 for certification.

Papers must be returned to Town Clerk's Office by March 12 for certification.

Last day to withdraw is March 28.

The town election is April 30 (note, this election date was moved from the original May 7 date).

So far, the following have pulled nomination papers with the intent to run for office:

Board of Selectmen:

John I. Lebeaux, 203 Walnut St.

Moira E. Miller, 12 Lamplighter Dr.

School Committee:

Erin Hughes Canzano, 6 Holman Heights Cir.

B. Dale Magee, 28 Oak Ridge Way

Daniel W. Zuba, 562 Lake St.

Library Trustees

Beth N. Casavant, 16 Clear View Rd.

Nancy P. Gilbert, 9 Old Laxfield Rd.

Frances Whitney, 8 Gifford Dr.

Melissa C. Byrne, 26 Elma Cir.

Shrewsbury Housing Authority:

Anthony D. Cultrera, 167 Crescent St.


Below is a list of open seats:

Two Selectmen (three year terms)

Two School Committee Members (three year terms)

Three Trustees of Public Library (three year terms)

One Shrewsbury Housing Authority Member (five year term)


Representative Town Meeting Members:

Precinct 1         8 to be elected

Precinct 2         8 to be elected

Precinct 3         7 to be elected

Precinct 4         7 to be elected

Precinct 5         8 to be elected

Precinct 6         8 to be elected

Precinct 7         8 to be elected

Precinct 8         8 to be elected

Precinct 9         7 to be elected

Precinct 10        9 to be elected

We'll be checking with Town Hall to see who's signed up each week, and provide updates right here on Shrewsbury Patch.



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