Dodd, Emery Re-Elected
Dupree edges Linnane for housing authority.
Incumbent Westborough Selectmen Timothy Dodd and Leigh Emery were re-elected Tuesday over Ruggles Street resident Stephen Faris.
According to unofficial results Tuesday night from the annual town election, Dodd received 986 of the 2,458 votes cast. Emery received 846 votes, and Faris received 430 votes.
Dodd was elected to his third three-year term, and Emery to her fourth.
The election drew 1,229 of 11,140 Westborough's eligible registered voters, an 11 percent turnout, Town Clerk Nancy Yendriga said.
In the ballot's other contest, Whitney Street resident Jill Dupree edged Smith Street resident William Linnane for a three-year term on the Westborough Housing Authority, 525 to 508.
And, write-in candidates Edward Baldwin and Kathleen Daly, as well as incumbent Helena Engberg, were elected to three-year terms as library trustees.
Incumbents Karen Griegal and Geralyn Kohler did not seek re-election.
Engberg received 979 votes. Baldwin received 127 votes, and Daly received 55 votes.
Elected unopposed were: school committee members Stephen Doret and Bruce Tretter; planning board member Joanne Mallozzi; library trustee Helena Engberg; and Westborough Housing Authority member Charles Naples.
Most were elected to three-year terms. Mallozzi and Naples were elected to five-year terms.
Westborough Patch will have more on the election this week.
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