Wednesday, April 4, 2012

And the winners are...

Amilcar Shabazz sworn in this morning for School Committee by town clerk Sandra Burgess

Precinct 1: Pat Holland,Janet Keller, Hilda Greenbaum, Sharen Pouvinelli, Mary Jane Laus, Vince O'Connor, Louis Greenbaum, Kenton Tharp, Melissa Perot, Terry Franklin, Nonny Burack, Paula Distefano, Valerie Cooley, Sarah Swartz, Meg Gage, James Perot, Eric Nazar, Jane Wald, Phillip Gosselin, Nancy Buffone, Peter Gray Mullen, Deborah Timberlake, Daniel Kramer, William Witton

Precinct 2:  Barbara Ford, Margaret Kroeplin, Cynthia Brubaker, Nolan Anaya, Edith Macumllen, William Mullin, Stephan Golfin, Daniel Clapp, Michael Sullivan, Megan Rosa, Jean Swartz, John Coull, Addrienne Levine, Cyrus Cox, Robert Biagi, Sharon Vardalirto, Roy Johnson, Rita Burke, Barbara Levine, Chris Riddle, Arnold Alper

Precinct 3:  Sonya Berquist, Eric Magazu, Nancy Gregg, Marcy Sala, Jacqueline Churchill, Leeta Baily, Andy Churchill, Rob Kusner, Kathleen Carroll, Brian Morton, Catherine Porter, anurag Sharma, Lawrence Orloff, Sherri and Ryan Willey, P. Mcpeak-Larocca

Precinct 4:  Charles Moran, Alan Powell, Kay Moran, Gregg Anderson, Baer Tierkel, John Pistel, Greg Boisseau, Jon Stewert Nelson, Audrey Smith, Patricia Blauder, Carol Johnson, Michael Rosseof,Michael Giles, George Ryan, Katherine Troast, Mark Parent, Christine Pilsner, Peter Blier,

Precinct 5:  Katherine McGovern, Sam Andrews, Mandi Jo Hanneke, Marylees Turner, Michael Mascis, Pat Church, Tom Ehrgodd, Nina Wishengrad, Nancy Pagano, Barry Federman, James Oldham, Hisham Nakshbendi, Walter Wolnik, Tong Shen, Kevin Noonan, Robert Joy, Kevin Eddings


Precinct 6: Marilyn Blaustein, Gordon Freed, Daniel Rivera, James Smith, Silvia Brinkerhoff, FaytheTurner, Kathleen Traphager, Lisa Kleinholz, Josef Wille, Jeff Blaustein, Kevin Vanderlowden, Joan Logan, Ed Mientka, Joe Wronka, Amy Brodigan, Paul Kaplan, Vladimir Morales, Connie Kruger, Paul Drummond.

Precinct 7:  James Brassord, Chris Hoffman, Janet Chaven, Albert Chaven, Marylou Theilman, Gertrude Como, Isabelle Callahan, Carol Gray, Laura Quinn, Alice Swift, Harvey Allan, Adrienne Terrizzi, Louise Hammann, Rebekah Demling, Karen Lennon, Robert Wellman, James Como, Ernie Dalkas, Edward Harvey, Nelson Acosta, Matthew Jacobson, Thad Dabrowski, Jeff Lec, James Smith.

Precinct 8:  Amilcar Shabazz, Gerry Weiss, Lise Halpern, (Mother) Mary Streeter, Frank Gatti, Clare Bertrand, Janie Ratner, Elaine Fronhofer, Jennifer McKenna, Issac BenEzra, Glen Bertrand, Barry Roberts, Sonya Sofield, Charles Scherpa, Fred Mosely, John Kick, Bart Bouricious, Diana Spurgin, David Mullins, Eleanor Gatti, Richard Spurgin, Joan Tempkin, Ruth Hooke, Janet McGowan.

Precinct 9:  Joan Burgess, John Edwards, Sara Ross, Peggy Roberts, A.E. Krogh-Grabbe, Felicity Callahan, Denise Barberet, Aaron Kroff, Simon Leutz, Julia Rueschemeyer, Max Page, Stephen Schreiber, Jessica Wilkinson, Otto Stein, Neils Lacour, Jonathan O'Keeffe, Pam Rooney, Matt Lebowitz, Sarah Lacour, Sara Auberbach, Ben Grosscup, Gavin Andresen, Jan Eilelson, Raymond Laraja.

Precinct 10:  Judy Simpson, James Turner, Stephen Braun, Hwei-ling Greeney, Steven Bloom, Nancy Gordon, Maurianne Adams, Lewis Mainzer, John Michaels, Christine Kline, Regina Rheault, Brett Butler, Jonathan Nelms, Phil Jackson, Richard Bentley, L. Paige Wilder, Robin Fordham, John Fox, Elissa Rubinstein, Robert Pam

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

Sometimes the incumbents don't make it. I see no Jim Scott among the electees in Precinct 7.

Carol Gray, yes, but no Jim Scott.

Another testament to the "wisdom" of this system.

LarryK said...

Sorry, my bad. That sounded so wrong to me that I went back up to town hall this evening (Planning Board is meeting so it's open late) and double checked. Jim was reelected comfortably.

Anonymous said...

will there be an info night for town meeting members on all the zoning changes?

LarryK said...

Yeah, TMCC puts one on (with a bus tour).

And there's plenty of discussion on Mother Mary's private Yahoo town meeting listserve.

Lot of debate at the moment over the zoning article calling for creation of a historical district.