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TOWNSEND — The Board of Selectmen made the following appointments on Tuesday evening at the regularly scheduled meeting:

* William Wilkinson, Paul Concemi, Andrea Wood, Joseph Berman and James McCormick were named to the Budget Sustainability Task Force.

* Kimberly Fales was named as town accountant for a three-year term, effective until June 30, 2009. All appointments were made on the basis of the fiscal year, from July 1 until June 30.

* Michael Turgeon was named Conservation Agent for a three-year term.

* Kathleen Araujo as reappointed Land-use Coordinator for a three-year term.

* Joseph Lo Pilato was named as an associate member of the Zoning Board of Appeals for a one-year term, until June 30, 2007.

* Stanley Vladyka and John Stonefield were appointed to the Conservation Commission, both for three-year terms.

The board also appointed as Special Police Officers to the town, for a one-year term:

From the Shirley Police Department: Chief Paul Thibodeau, Lt. J. Gregory Massak. Sgt. Kevin Nickerson, Cpl. Peter Violette and Officers Craig LaPrade, George Fichter, Timothy Schaeffer, Everett Moody, Steven Clark, Samuel Santiago and Gregory Gushlaw.

From the Pepperell Police Department: Chief Alan Davis, and Officers James Peters, David Scott, Steven Bezanson, Steven Burke, Edmund Bussiere, William Greathead, Bruce Haskin, Fabrizio Vestri, David Querze, Gordon Candow, Alan Lessieur, Aramando Herrera, Richard Smith, Todd Blain, Stephen Mulkerin, Nick Parker, Jared Carrubba, Kenneth Beers and Paul Nelson.

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