Sean Noonan and Ellen Barlow participated in their last selectmen meeting Monday night.
Easton Selectmen Sean Noonan and Ellen Barlow ended their tenure on the board Monday night at the Town of Easton Offices. Barlow has served a total of 13 years in Easton town government: seven on Easton's school committee and six as a selectman. Noonan served for one year on Easton's finance committee before three years on the selectmen. Both were presented with a citation from State Senator Brian A. Joyce and a plaque from the Town of Easton Monday. Noonan and Barlow will be replaced by some combination of Dottie Fulginiti, Carol Nestler, Michael Maloney and Dan Smith, who are up for election on April 30.
The announcement leaves two seats vacant this spring. Three have already pulled papers for candidacy.
Neither Sean Noonan nor Ellen Barlow will run for re-election to the Easton Board of Selectmen this spring. Both disclosed the information Monday night at Easton's Board of Selectmen meeting. Barlow mentioned she would not run during the meeting when fellow selectmen appointed her to the Master Steering Committee. Noonan disclosed that he would not run shortly after the meeting. The two are facing the expiration of their three-year terms in April. Barlow has served two terms with the board and Noonan has served one. Monday's revelation guarenteed that Easton will have two new Selectmen this spring. So far, three have expressed interest for the two available seats. Dorothy Fulginiti of 78 Elm St., Dan Smith of 585 Turnpike St. and Michael…