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Dunstable to decide three ballot questions in Tuesday’s election

Dunstable to decide three ballot questions in Tuesday’s election
Dunstable to decide three ballot questions in Tuesday’s election
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DUNSTABLE- Voters go to the polls Tuesday to decide one contested race and three ballot questions.

Voting will take place between the hours of 12 p.m. and 8 p.m. at the Free Public Library, located at 588 Main St.

Michelle Bobkov and Matthew Naughton are both seeking election to the town’s Advisory Board on a one-year term.

Question one asks voters to decide if the town will be allowed to assess an additional $125,000 to fund the police department’s operating budget for the fiscal year 2022. In doing so, the police department will hire a ninth full-time police officer.

Question two would exclude the town from proposition 2 ½ and allow the town to purchase a new loader for the Roads Department that will replace a 2006 machine used for winter cleanup.

Question three would exclude the town from proposition 2 ½ and allow the town to purchase a new fire truck. The fire department would replace the 1999 truck with a 2022 model that has an onboard breathing apparatus for firefighters.

Ronald Mikol will appear on the ballot seeking re-election for a three-year term as selectmen Selectmen. Rafael Glod is seeking re-election to a three-year term on the Groton-Dunstable Regional School Committee, while Lacey McCabe seeks to join with a two-year term.

Joseph Vleck is seeking re-election to a five-year term on the Planning Board and James Wilkie is seeking to join the board on a two-year term.

Leo Tometich is seeking re-election to a two-year term on the Advisory Board. James Frey is seeking election to a three-year term.

Jon Hughes is seeking a five-year term on the Commissioners of Trust Funds and Susan Tully is seeking a two-year term. Tully is also seeking election as Cemetary Commissioner for a three-year term.

Michael Martin is seeking re-election to a three-year term as Roads Commissions. Robert Picadelli is seeking re-election to the Board of Assessors for a three-year term and Robyn DeAngelis is seeking re-election to the Library Trustees on a three-year term. Rafael Glod is seeking re-election for a three-year term as moderator. Robert Parkins is seeking re-election to a three-year term on the Board of Health.

There are also six seats that can be won by a write-in candidate including an additional three-year term on the Advisory Board and an additional two-year term on the Commissioners of Trust Funds. There is also a two-year term on the Board of Assessors, and two openings for Constable that carry a one-year term.

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