Come Out and Vote!
Norwood Town Election will be held April 5
by Bella Caggiano
The Town of Norwood will be holding its Town Election on Monday, April 6. There are many residents who are throwing their hat in the ring for an endorsement to serve the town in many municipal areas. This is the time for Norwood residents to make a difference in their local government, whether they are pleased with their officials or ready for a change in leadership.
The list below are Norwood government officials running to fill vacant seats.
SELECTMEN: (One) 3-Year Seat
William J. Plasko
TOWN MODERATOR: (One) 1-Year Seat
David Hern, Jr.
MEMBER OF BOARD OF HEALTH: (One) 3-Year Seats
MEMBER OF SCHOOL COMMITTEE (One) 3-Year Seat
David Michael Hiltz, Jr.
Benjamin Alton Moser
MEMBER OF FINANCE COMMISSION (TWO) 3-Year Seats
Robert G. Donnelly
TRUSTEES OF MORRILL MEMORIAL LIBRARY (Two) 3-Year Seats
Sarah E. Begg
George A. Michalec
TRUSTEE OF MORRILL MEMORIAL LIBRARY (One) 1-Year Seat
(To fill a vacancy)
Shannon Joyce Greenwell
Sheri A. McLeish
Patricia A. Tibaudo
MEMBER TOWN PLANNING BOARD (One) 5-Year Seat
Alfred P. Porro, Jr.
Deborah A. Holmwood
HOUSING AUTHORITY (One) 5-Year Seat
Patricia Griffin Starr
Town Meeting members will be listed on individual District ballots.
Poles will be open 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
District 1 Oldham School Prospect Street
District 2 Oldham School Prospect Street
District 3 Civic Center Nahatan Street
District 4 Cleveland School Nichols Street
District 5 Civic Center Nahatan Street
District 6 Balch School Washington Street, South Norwood
District 7 Balch School Washington Street, South Norwood
District 8 Callahan School Garfield Ave
District 9 Prescott School Richland Street
You must be a registered voter to participate in Norwood's election.