NATICK – Today, March 30, is election day in the Town of Natick. Voters have two candidates vying for a select on the Select Board and three candidates seeking two seats on School Committee, among other races.
Polls will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. There are 5 polling places:
- Natick High School, 15 West St. — Precincts 1, 2 and 3
- Wilson Middle School, 22 Rutledge Road — Precincts 4 and 5
- Lilja School, 41 Bacon St. — Precinct 6
- Community Senior Center, 117 East Central St. — Precincts 7, 9 and 10
- Morse Institute Library, 14 East Central St. — Precinct 8
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Ballots may also be dropped off at the mail-in ballot in the drop box outside Town Hall, due to the coronavirus pandemic. The box closes at 8 p.m., also.
With Select Board member Jonathan Freeman choosing not to run there are two candidates on the ballot for that seat. They are Guimel DeCarvalho and Paul Joseph.
Catherine Brunell is challenging incumbents Matthew Brand and Shai Fuxman for the two School Committee seats.
There is one ballot question. A “yes” vote would Require information about assets and liabilities be included as part of the budget message to Town Meeting. “The representative Town Meeting may, by by-law, require an updated budget message and certain information to be provided in connection with annual operating and/or capital expenditures budgets for a current fiscal year at Spring Annual Town, Fall Annual Town Meeting and for any special town meeting [that] deals with fiscal or budgetary matters.”
Andrew Meyer is running unopposed for the Planning Board.
Kelly McPherson is seeking re-election to the Parks & Recreation Commission uncontested.
Carol Gloff is running unopposed for Library trustee.
Molly Reed is seeking re-election to the Board of Assessors
Peter Delli Colli is seeking re-election to the Board of Health, uncontested.
David Parish is running unopposed for Natick Housing Authority.