Five candidates vie for Tisbury selectman
At Tisbury's annual town election on April 18, five candidates will be vying for a selectman's seat left vacant by Ray LaPorte, who chose not to run again. George Balco, Jamie Douglas, Nancy Hall, Jared Meader, and Denys Wortman will compete for the three-year term.
In another contested race, four candidates are seeking three three-year seats as library trustees. Anna Marie D'Addarie and Ann Merry Metcalf are joining the race, along with incumbents Nan Carter and Barbara Lewis Howell. Anne Lucas is running uncontested for a one-year term.
Among uncontested races, Mark J. Campos and Remo Fullin Jr. are seeking reelection as constables for a three-year term. David Dandridge is seeking reelection for a three-year term as assessor.
Although there are four seats available on the finance and advisory committee for three-year terms, there are three candidates, David Willoughby, Melinda Loberg, and Jonathan Snyder.
James Pringle is running for another three-year term on the board of health. Anthony Peak is seeking reelection for a five-year term on the planning board. Robert Tankard is running for another three-year term on the school committee.
Arthur Dickson and John Thayer are seeking reelection to three-year terms as public works commissioners. Ralph Packer is running for another three-year term as a water commissioner.