ASHLAND – Today was election day in the Town of Ashland.
There were only two contested races on the ballot – a Health Board seat and a Planning Board seat.
All results below are the unofficial results from the Town Clerk. Official results have yet to be certified.
Catherine Jurczyk won the 3-year seat on the Ashland Planning Board with 342 votes.
Kevin McClean received 121 votes.
“I am very excited to serve the residents of Ashland and look forward to working with the community to achieve our goals,” said Jurczyk to SOURCE tonight.
Only 494 voters in Ashland came to the polls today, May 17.
There are 12,238 voters in the community, so turnout was very very low at just 4% of voters.
Former Ashland Police Sgt. Ed Burman, now acting police chief in Wayland, won a 2-year seat on the Ashland Board of Health.
Burman received 260 votes. Koduvayur G. Narayana received 202 votes.
Burman was a point person for COVID for the Town of Ashland during the pandemic.
“I am excited to continue my work with the Board of Health in Ashland. I was want to thank KG for also being a participant at the meetings and I look forward to his participation in our meetings,” said Burman tonight after winning.
John J. Byrnes III was unopposed for a 3-year seat on the Ashland Board of Health.
Both candidates on the ballot for Select Board were seeking re-election and both were unopposed
Joe Magnani received 378 votes. Brandi Kinsman received 360 votes. There were 238 blanks.
“It is such a privilege to serve the community that I love so much. And I thank the voters for their trust in me,” said Kinsman to SOURCE tonight.
School Committee members Paul Kendall and Erin Williams both were unopposed for re-election as well.
Kendall edged Williams 356 votes to 355 votes. There were 269 blanks.
Bonnie Mitchell was re-elected to the Ashland Board of Library Trustees with 399 votes.
Moderator Adam B. Shuster was re-elected with 382 votes unopposed.
Charles Lidz won another 3-year term as an Assessor with 373 votes.
John Byrnes was elected to the Board of Health with 354 votes. His term is 3 years.
Marcelo Arjona was elected to a 5-year term on the Planning Board with 359 votes.