GET BREAKING NEWS IN YOUR BROWSER. CLICK HERE TO TURN ON NOTIFICATIONS.

X

PUBLISHED: | UPDATED:

HARVARD — The Town Caucus to nominate candidates for election to certain town offices will be held on Saturday, March 6, at 7 p.m. in the Town Hall Meeting Room.

The two people receiving the highest number of votes for each opening will be nominated by the caucus.

You need not be present at the caucus to be nominated for a position. However, you must sign the caucus certificate of nomination by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, March 9, in the town clerk’s office for your name to appear on the ballot.

You may also run for office by taking out nomination papers, which are available now in the town clerk’s office. The papers must be filed with the clerk by 5 p.m. on March 9.

Twenty-nine certified signatures of voters registered in Harvard are required to place the candidate on the ballot for town elections.

Please call Town Clerk Janet Vellante at 978-456-4100 if you have any questions.

The positions to be filled at the Annual Town Election on May 4 are as follows:

Moderator: One position for one year;

Selectmen: Two positions for three years;

Cemetery Commission: One position for three years;

Community Preservation Committee: One position for three years;

Community Preservation Committee: One position for one year;

Harvard Board of Health: One position for three years;

Housing Authority: One position for five years;

Housing Authority: One position for four years;

Library Trustee: Two positions for three years;

Park and Recreation Commission: One position for three years;

Planning Board: One position for three years;

Planning Board: One position for two years;

School Committee: One position for three years;

Tree Warden: One position for one year;

Warner Free Lecture Society Trustee: Two positions for three years;

Warner Free Lecture Society Trustee: One position for two years;

Water Commission: One position for three years.