Nathan Rosewarne wins treasurer seat in Williamsburg
WILLIAMSBURG — In the only race in this year’s town election Monday, Nathan Rosewarne, 24, of 89 Ashfield Road, won the position of treasurer.
Rosewarne was running against Town Clerk Brenda Lessard, and took seat in a 127-93 vote.
Voter turnout was 224. There were no other contested races and all incumbents were re-elected to their positions as follows:
Glen Everett of 40 Hemenway Road, Assessor, 3-year term; Donna Gibson of 110 Nash Hill Road, Board of Health, 3-year term; Anne Tumblin-Haxo of 11 High Street, Board of Library Trustees, 3-year term; Eileen Stewart of 7 Peticoat Hill Road, Board of Library Trustees, 3-year term; Eric Cerreta of 157 Main Street, Elector under the Oliver Smith will, 1-year term; Charles Heath, of 83 Mountain Road, Finance Committee, 3-year term; Jacqueline Dufresne of 113 Goshen Road, Finance Committee, 1-year term; Eileen Stewart, of 7 Peticoat Hill Road, Hampshire Council of Governments, 3-year term; David Chase, of 99 Adams Road, Local School Committee, 3-year term; Jeff Gelbard of 6 O’Neil Road, local School Committee, 3-year term; Joseph Larkin of 3 Judd Lane, moderator, 1-year term; Carl Schlerman of 11 South Street, Regional School Committee. 3-year term; David Mathers of 7 Eastern Ave., Select Board, 3-year term; Brenda Lessard of 42 Nash Hill Road, Town Clerk, 3-year term; Andrew Gould of 106 Petticoat Hill Road, 3-year term; David Chase of 99 Adams Road, Trust Fund Cemetery Commission, 2-year term; James Hyslip of 29 Petticoat Hill Road, Water/Sewer Commission, 3-year term; Walter “Sam” Kellogg of 82 Mountain Road, Water/Sewer Commission, 3-year term; Jeremiah Roberge of 10 Laurel Road, Water/Sewer Commission, 1-year term.