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One Week Left to File for Williamstown Town Elections
By Stephen Dravis, iBerkshires Staff
10:42AM / Wednesday, March 20, 2024
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WILLIAMSTOWN, Mass. — With one week left for candidates to file, the town has, at most, one potential candidate for each of the positions on the May town election ballot.
Town Clerk Nicole Beverly Tuesday reported that only incumbent Jeffrey Johnson has pulled nomination papers for the single Select Board seat that is up for election this spring.
As of Tuesday, he had not returned the papers with signatures for certification.
On the other hand, incumbent Anna Halpin-Healy has returned papers to retain a seat on the board of trustees for the Milne Public Library, and those signatures have been certified.
Likewise, newcomer Samantha Page has secured a spot on the ballot for the lone five-year seat on the Planning Board. Her signatures have been certified in her bid to replace Ben Greenfield, who has not pulled nomination papers.
Incumbent Laila Boucher has taken out papers to retain a seat on the Northern Berkshire Regional Vocational School District [McCann Tech] Committee.
But no one to date has pulled papers for a seat on the Williamstown Housing Authority that is up for election this May.
Nomination papers are available in the clerk’s office on the first floor of town hall.
The deadline to file nomination papers with signatures is 5 p.m., Tuesday, March 26.
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