This Wednesday, Dec. 1 marks the start of the period during which those seeking nominations for town-wide positions and Town Meeting seats up for election in the spring can get papers from the Clerk’s Office at Natick Town Hall.
A slew of seats across boards are up for grabs, including 2 Select Board spots. Sue Salamoff has announced she won’t seek re-election, and Rick Jennett’s term also expires. Kathryn Couglin and Cody Jacobs have announced they will run for the Board.
- School Committee (2 3-year terms)
- Board of Assessors (1 3-year term)
- Board of Health (1 3-year term)
- Constable (6 3-year terms)
- Moderator (1 3-year term)
- Planning Board (1 5-year term)
- Recreation & Parks Commission (2 3-year terms)
- School Committee (3 3-year terms)
- Town Clerk (1 3-year term): Incumbent Diane Packer plans to run again.
Jan. 11 is the last day to submit nomination papers for town-wide offices with the Registrars of Voters. Minimum of 25 signatures.
All Town Meeting members must run for re-election & that adds up to 180 seats.
Annual town election is March 29 and Spring Town Meeting is slated for April 26.
More key dates on Natick political calendar.
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