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Justice, Fuller win Union Board of Selectmen

By Christine Simmonds | Jun 08, 2021
From left, James Justice and Adam Fuller won the Union election for seats on the board of selectmen June 8.

Union — In a very close result, James Justice has won a three-year position on the Union Board of Selectmen against Kimberly Snow.

With a total of 279 ballots cast, Justice received 134 votes, while Snow received 131.

Adam Fuller won reelection for his position on the board. Fuller was running unopposed for reelection for a second two-year term.

Matthew Speno won reelection to the School Administrative District 40 Board of Directors. Speno was also running unopposed for the position.

All Union budget referendum items passed, as did the amendments to the Land Use Ordinance.

The RSU 40 referendum items also all passed.

Ballots were open June 8 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Union will hold an open town meeting Saturday, June 12, outside the William Pullen Meeting Room.

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Comments (1)
Posted by: Gregory S Grotton | Jun 09, 2021 12:21

Congratulations Jim and Adam. Jim will be a great asset to the Board. Jim may have won by 3 votes but they were real, someone didn't have to make calls to their friends to get him elected. As the saying goes...Every Vote Counts!



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