By Anne O'Connor
GROTON -- The Board of Selectmen will see two new members and designing a new Senior Center is not in the works, according to unofficial results from Tuesday's annual town Election.
Alison Manugian, with 861 votes, and Becky Pine, with 826 votes, were elected to the two seats on the town election ballot.
This is the first time in Groton's history that two women have served on the board at the same time, Pine said.
"I'm very excited," Manugian said. "My plan is to continue to lead in the same way as I did on the School Committee."
Manugian resigned from the Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee when she ran for selectman.
"I'm looking forward to jumping in and starting on Monday," she said. The new selectman will be looking for input from voters.
"I am very happy and I am honored to have been elected from this very-well qualified field of candidates," Pine said. "I also want to thank Anna Eliot for her years of service. She was very dedicated to the town."
Eliot, an incumbent, received 757 votes and Brooks Lyman earned 499.
Peter Cunningham did not run for re-election.
Voters said no to a $400,000 debt exclusion to design or design and construction bids for a new Senior Center on a vote of 956 to 716,
Incumbent Electric Light Commissioner Bruce Easom retained his seat with 1019 votes. Challenger Peter Jeffrey had 115.
One new member joins the School Committee: Brian LeBlanc won a one-year unexpired term left vacant by Manugian; Jeffrey Kubick was re-elected to a three-year term.
Other results will be on the town website. A final vote count was not provided before press deadline.
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