Published DateBELMONT — Incumbent Selectman Jon Pike will run for a third term. He is challenged by George Condodemetraky.
The annual filing period for town offices closed yesterday and there are also five candidates for the two 3-year positions available on the Planning Board. Incumbent Ward Peterson is running again while incumbent Christine Long is not. Michael Leclair, Ed Hawkins, Johnathon Anstey, and Recardo L. Segalini Jr. are the other four candidate.
Marshall Ford is facing Ed Hawkins for a 3-year seat on the Zoning Board. Ford is also running against John Froumy for the 2-year seat on the Zoning Board. Froumy and Hawkins are incumbents and Ford is an alternate.
Diana Johnson and Sheila Sullivan are opposing each other for one 3-year term as library trustee. Incumbent David Morse is not seeking reelection.
Brenda Pauquette is running unopposed for a 6-year term as supervisor of the checklist; Herman Martin is running unopposed for a 1-year seat on the Budget Committee; Cynthia DeRoy is running unopposed for a 3-year terms as Town Clerk-Tax Collector; Nikki Wheeler is running unopposed for the 3-year term are Town Treasurer; Diane Marden is running unopposed for a 3-year seat a Cemetery Trustee; and Gregg MacPhearson is running for one 3-year term as Trustee of the Trust Fund.
The four incumbents on the Budget Committee — Kenneth Ellis, Ronald Mitchell, Albert Akerstrom and Tracey Leclair — are all running again for 3-year seats.