Emery Seeks Fourth Term
Incumbent selectman is the latest to take out nomination papers for the March 5 annual town ballot.
Incumbent Selectman Leigh Emery will seek a fourth 3-year term in March.
Emery is the latest resident to take out nomination papers to get on the Tuesday, March 5 annual town ballot, according to the town clerk's office.
Selectman Timothy Dodd, School committee members Stephen Doret and Bruce Tretter, and Library Trustee Helena Engberg also have taken out papers, which became available Monday. Each term is for three years.
Residents have until 5 p.m. Friday, Jan. 11 to take out papers. The deadline for filing papers signed by 50 registered voters with Yendriga for certification is 5 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 15.
Ten offices are on the ballot: three 3-year terms on the trustees of the Westborough Public Library; two 2-year terms each on the board of selectmen and the school committee; a five-year term on the planning board; a five-year term on the Westborough Housing Authority; and a three-year term on the Westborough Housing Authority.
Emery was first elected to the board of selectmen in 2004.
Also eligible for re-election are: Library Trustees Karen Griegal and Geralyn Kohler; Westborough Planning Board member Joanne Mallozzi; and Westborough Housing Authority members Julie Pappazsis (five years) and Charles Naples (three years).