Ballot Set for Milton Town Election, Several Contests
The Milton Town Election is Tuesday, April 30.
There are several contested races and one notable candidate not seeking re-election on the recently released ballot for the April 30 Milton Town Election.
Current chair of the Milton School Committee, Glenn Pavlicek will not run for re-election. There are, however, three candidates for the two available seats on the School Committee.
Rebecca Padera, who took the seat vacated by Denis Keohane when he was elected to the Board of Selectmen last spring, will run for a full three-year term. Robert Hiss and Michael Zullas, are the other two candidates seeking election.
Robert Sweeney is running for re-election for the first time as a member of the Milton Board of Selectmen. He will be challenged by former Warrant Committee member Kathleen Conlon. Sweeney and Conlon have already begun campaigning and appeared at the Milton Council on Aging last week.
There are also seven candidates running for four constable positions. The four incumbents include Tamara Berton, Stephen Freeman, Justin O'Shea and Edward Villard. Eric Issner, Robert Mason and Gary Nunley will also appear on the ballot.
As of last week, Alexander Whiteside was running unopposed for a seat on the Planning Board. Todd Hamilton has submitted papers to run against the longtime Planning Board member.
Katherine Shea will be challenged by former School Committee member Christopher Huban for a seat on the Housing Authority.
Robert Mason is also running for re-election as a Milton Cemetery Trustee. He will be opposed by James Stroud.
This year's Milton Town Election will be held on Tuesday, April 30. If you're running for office, you can upload your announcement right to Milton Patch.
Candidates who have entered any of the town wide races or are seeking election as a Town Meeting member, can upload their announcements here. Announcements with photos of the candidate will be featured on the homepage of Milton Patch.