The first day to pull nomination papers is today, who would you like to see run?
With the new year comes new elections. While National and State elections may be behind us, here in Easton we're gearing up for local elections. Believe it or not, Easton residents will be voting for town officials in just four months on April 23. Residents can begin to pull nomination papers beginning this week through the beginning of March. Here is a look at what positions are available this year, according to Town Clerk Jeremy Gillis: We'll be keeping an eye on who is pulling papers. A full list of deadlines, provided by Gillis, is attached. In the meantime, who do you think should run for Town Office?
After 10 years on the board, Shaun Fitzgerald announced his resignation this week.
After 10 years as a member of the Board of Assessors, Shaun Fitzgerald announced his resignation this week. "Shaun has worked very hard for the town and I would like to thank him for his service," Board of Selectmen Chair Colleen Corona said. "He’s been serving on the board for 10 years." With Fitzgerald's resignation, the town is looking for citizens to replace his position on the board. The town released this advertisement Wednesday: Applications are currently being accepted for a vacancy on the Board of Assessors, an elected Board, at the Board of Selectmen’s Office, 136 Elm Street Easton, MA, 02356 until Tuesday, September 20, 2011, 4:30 p.m. The required Volunteer form may be accessed from our website at www.easton.ma.us; select the “…