Retired nurse wins school board seat



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Ingrid Howard, a retired nurse, defeated Alexander LoVerme, owner of Elishas' Restaurant in Milford, 265-121, for a three-year seat on the Wilton School Board. LoVerme did get a seat on the budget committee for the cooperative school district, after he won a write-in battle with five votes. In the election for a seat on the Wilton-Lyndeborough Cooperative School Board, former budget committee member Kimberly Jean Reynolds easily defeated newcomer Richard Griffin, 249-113. On the town warrant, only two races were contested. R. Neil Faiman was elected to a three-year seat on the planning board of J. Alexander MacMartin, 300-278, while Charles McGettigen returned to the water commission over Steve Elliot, 238-134. Thirteen percent of the town's 3,025 registered voters cast ballots. Edit ModuleShow Tags
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