Photo: Town Clerk’s Office.
Belmont voters will have two contested races to decide at the annual Town Election on April 4, according to the Town Clerk’s office today, Tuesday, Feb. 14.
Hillcrest Road’s Guy Carbone and Adam Dash of Goden Street will vie for the one available seat on the Board of Selectmen while a pair of incumbents – Kathleen Keohane and Gail Mann – are challenged by newcomer David Stievater for the two open slots on the Trustees of the Public Library.
The deadline for submitting completed nomination papers was Tuesday at 5 p.m.
What appeared ready to be a competitive contest in April fizzled as the School Committee will in all likelihood welcome Kate Bowen as its newest member as the Barlett Avenue homeowner joined incumbent Tom Caputo as the two residents certified by the Town Clerk’s Office for the pair of open seats.
In the end, current School Committee member Elyse Shuster and the Zoning Board of Appeals Nicholas Iannuzzi did not return the nomination papers they had taken out.
In addition to the above races, the remainder of residents running unopposed for town-wide office include:
- Michael Widmer for Town Meeting Moderator (one year)
- Floyd Carman for Town Treasurer (three years)
- Robert Reardon for Board of Assessors (three years)
- Alexander Corbett III for Board of Cemetery Comm. (three years)
- Donna David for Board of Health (three years)
- Corinne McCue Olmsted for a one-year seat on the Library Trustees.