SOUTHBOROUGH – There will be new faces joining the Select Board as Southborough voters took to the polls May 9.
There were several contested races on the ballot, including a five-way race for Select Board.
Ultimately, voters elected Al Hamilton, who received 621 votes, and Marguerite Landry, who received 677, according to the unofficial results. Also on the ballot was Brett Peters, who received 291 votes; David Parry who received 191; and Albena Phillipo, who received 124.
There were three candidates in the running for School Committee. Zhi Li, who received 626 votes, and Chelsea Malinowski, who received 591, were elected over Johanna Sheyner, who received 522.
In the race for the Planning Board, Lisa Braccio was elected. Braccio received 668 votes compared to Michael Weishan’s 340.
Sam Stivers will join the Board of Commissioners of Trust Funds, defeating incumbent William Boland.
There were also several uncontested races: Jim Hegarty was re-elected as Town Clerk, Mark Pietrewicz was elected to Assabet’s School Committee; Tammi Rice will return to Board of Assessors; Kamali O’Meally will return to the School Committee and Paul Cimino was re-elected as moderator.
Jane Cecilia Davis and Amy Yazdani will return as board of trustees for the library, and Elizabeth Stanford Zulick was elected to the Board of Health.
For the Regional School Committee, Northborough incumbents Chris Covino and Sean O’Shea were elected as was Southborough incumbent Paul Desmond and candidate John Wysocki.