- Dear Wayland Voter, Wayland voters returned two selectmen and two School Committee members to office Tuesday, but turned out the School Committee chairman. AMessage 1 of 2 , Apr 5, 2011View SourceDear Wayland Voter,
Wayland voters returned two selectmen and two School Committee members to office Tuesday, but turned out the School Committee chairman.
A debt-exclusion measure to borrow $880,000 for school technology and new recreation fields was approved. Town Meeting, beginning at 7:30 p.m. on March 7, will make the final judgment.
Ellen Grieco, a lawyer with children in elementary school, defeated Louis Jurist by 80 votes for a one-year term. Barb Fetcher and Beth Butler were elected to three-year Committee terms.
Selectmen Steve Correia and Joe Nolan won re-election.
Grieco was endorsed by School Committee member Shawn Kinney, who successfully pushed for an independent study of accounting procedures that became a campaign issue. Alexia Obar, also linked with Kinney, was defeated, coming within 118 votes of Fletcher.
One voter consideration was experience in the job. Fletcher has six years on the Committee. Butler was appointed last year after a Committee resignation.
In the only other contested race Russell Kopp defeated Steven Glovsky for a three-year term as a commissioner of trust funds.
Voter turnout was 2434 -- 27% of registered voters.
QUESTION 1: Yes 1159 (54%), No 996
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 3 years
Steve Correia 1313
Joe Nolan 1364
Don Bustin 925
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 3 years
Barbara Fletcher 1274
Beth Butler 1411
Alexia Obar 1156
SCHOOL COMMITTEE 1 year
Louis Jurist 1123
Elllen Grieco 1203
- State Sen. Katherine Clark of Melrose prevailed in Wayland Tuesday while handily winning the 5th Congressional District Democratic primary. In a WaylandMessage 2 of 2 , Oct 15, 2013View Source
State Sen. Katherine Clark of Melrose prevailed in Wayland Tuesday while handily winning the 5th Congressional District Democratic primary.
In a Wayland turnout of 15% of registered voters, Clark received 404 votes, well ahead of Karen Spilka (251), Carl Sciortino Jr., (209), Peter Koutoujian (195) and William Brownsberger (120).
Businessman and lawyer Frank Addivinola Jr., who won the Republican primary, received 52 votes in Wayland, trailing Michael Stopa (63) and Tom Tierney (62).
The election to choose a successor to Ed Markey in the heavily Democratic district is scheduled for Dec. 10.