Two positions on China boards have been filled, after Nov. 7 write-in votes were counted and winners informed.
Town Clerk Angela Nelson reported incumbent Michael Brown received six votes for the District 1 planning board seat, and incumbent Michael Sullivan received five votes for the District 3 budget committee seat. Both have accepted re-election.
The town website, china.govoffice.com, says there is still an opening for a planning board member from District 4, the southwestern quarter of the town.
Appointed boards that need additional members include the comprehensive plan implementation committee, the board of appeals (two open positions) and the board of assessment review (an alternate member). These board members are not appointed by districts.
Residents interested in serving on any of these boards or committee are invited to call the town office at 445-2014.
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