On February 16, 2022

Off to the races! Local election line-up for Windsor Central towns

By Curt Peterson

Here are the candidates for school board representation and select board in the seven Windsor Central Unified Union School District towns.

In the running:

Barnard (Clerk Diane Rainey)

  • Barnard nominations and elections are executed from the floor during Town Meeting.
  • WCUUSD district: one open seat
  • Select Board: one open seat

Bridgewater (Clerk Nancy Robinson)

  • WCUUSD Board: no open seats
  • Select Board: one seat. Candidate: William Young

Killington (Clerk Lucrecia Wonsor)

  • WCUUSD Board: no open seats
  • Select Board: one open seat. Candidate: Chris Karr (three-year term)

Plymouth (Clerk Sandie Small)

  • WCUUSD Board: two open seats. Candidates: Josh Linton and Jay Moore
  • Select Board: one open seat, candidate: Rick Kaminski (three-year term)

Pomfret (Clerk Becky Fielder)

  • WCUUSD Board: no open seats
  • Select Board: two open seats. Candidates for three-year term: Frank Perron Jr. and John R. Peters. Candidates for one-year term: Benjamin Brickner, Jonathan Harrington and Frank Perron Jr.

Reading (Clerk Calista Brennan)

  • WCUUSD Board: one open seat. Candidate: Adam Ameele
  • Select Board: one open seat. Candidate: Robert Allen (three-year term)

Bonus: Hartland (Clerk Brian Stroffolino)

  • Windsor Southeast Supervisory Union District Board: two seats. Candidates: Heather Vonada for the three-year term, Nicole (Nicki) Buck for the two-year term.
  • Select Board: two open seats. Candidates for the two-year term: Ana Mejia and Mandi Potter. Candidates for a three-year term: Jacob Holmes, Clyde Jenne, Gordon Richardson.

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