The Carlisle Mosquito Online

Friday, March 17, 2000

News

Open slots for town officers: Town caucus March 20

Selectman and town moderator are just two of the prominent town offices for which candidates will be sought for election this year. The first formal step in the process, the town caucus, will be held on Monday, March 20, at Town Hall beginning at 7:30 p.m. and lasting just long enough to hear nominations for candidates interested in running for election on May 9.

In order to qualify, a candidate must be a registered voter in Carlisle. Those who decide at a later date to run for office have until 5 p.m. on March 27 to submit to the town clerk nomination papers which include a statement of intention and the signatures of at least 20 Carlisle voters. After that date a resident may run as a "write-in" candidate and no nomination papers are required.

The town will be looking to fill the following offices. Unless otherwise indicated, the terms for the following officials are expiring and they have not announced their intentions for the upcoming election.

Vacancies

Moderator (one for one year) - currently held by Marshall Simonds who will not seek re-election

Town Clerk (one for three years) - currently held by Sarah Andreassen

Board of Selectmen (two for three years) - currently held by Doug Stevenson who will seek re-election and Burt Rubenstein who will not seek re-election

Board of Assessors (one for three years) - currently held by Thomas Dunkers who will seek re-election

Board of Health (one for one year) - currently held by Lisa Davis Lewis who will seek election and (one for three years) currently held by Steve Opolski who will seek re-election

Planning Board (one for five years) - currently held by William Tice

Gleason Library Trustee (one for three years) - currently held by Teresa Kvietkauskas who will not seek re-election

Housing Authority (one for five years) - currently held by Dorothea Kress who will not seek re-election

School Committee (one for three years) - currently held by David Dockterman who will seek re-election.


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