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18 Have Taken Out Papers for Reading and North Reading Spring Elections

Five people in North Reading and 13 in Reading have pulled papers so far.

Wondering who will be running in this year’s election? So far, 13 Reading residents and five North Reading residents have pulled papers. Papers in Reading are due back by Feb. 12 at 5:30 p.m. and in North Reading on March 19 at 5 p.m.

Reading

Since our last update, Elizabeth Shurland has pulled papers to run for a spot on the Board of Library Trustees and Harold Croft has pulled papers to run for a spot on the School Committee.

The following residents have pulled papers and need 50 signatures to appear on the ballot for the April 2 election:

Office Papers Taken BOARD OF SELECTMEN
Stephen Goldy* Will not run for re-election. Richard Schubert* Will not run for re-election. Marsie K. West Yes Mark W. Jackson Yes Daniel A. Ensminger Yes BOARD OF ASSESSORS
Ralph Colorusso* BOARD OF LIBRARY TRUSTEES
Richard Curtis*  Yes Cherrie Dubois* Yes Elizabeth Shurland Yes

MODERATOR

 

Alan Foulds* Yes

RMLD BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS


Phillip Pacino* Yes Gina Snyder*  John Stempeck Jr.* Yes David Mancuso Yes David A. Talbot Yes

SCHOOL COMMITTEE


Harold Croft*  Yes Charles Robinson* Yes

*=Incumbent

North Reading

Mel Webster has pulled papers to run for a spot on the School Committee since our last update.

The candidates listed below are required to receive signatures from 50 registered voters to qualify for the May 7 election.

Office Papers Taken BOARD OF SELECTMEN Michael A. Prisco* Yes Robert J. Mauceri* Yes MODERATOR John Murphy* Yes SCHOOL COMMITTEE Mel Webster*  Yes Michael Kushakji*
COMMUNITY PLANNING COMMISSION Warren Pearce* 
Neal Rooney*
HOUSING AUTHORITY Joe Veno* Yes

* = Incumbent

Check in with Patch for more election details as they become available.

Thomas J. Ryan February 06, 2013 at 03:38 PM
'reelection' is one word; it should not be hyphenated. The same goes for 'reelect' and 'reelected.'
John Intorcio February 06, 2013 at 03:47 PM
Arguably, either is correct. While Webster's has no hyphen, the Associated Press Stylebook offers: "Except for cooperate and coordinate, use a hyphen if the prefix ends in a vowel and the word that follows begins with the same vowel."
Dan February 06, 2013 at 05:26 PM
I wish there was a 'like' button on patch for John Intorcio's comment.
Lisa February 07, 2013 at 04:22 AM
conflict of interest when someone on the commission does "outside"work around town and is on the the commission. Not right!

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