China voters have two contests on the Nov. 3 local election ballot.
For three seats on the board of selectmen, there are five candidates. Incumbents Ronald Breton and Janet Preston seek re-election, and Blane Casey, Brent Chesley and Jeanne Marquis also are running for a seat. Donna Mills-Stevens is not a candidate for re-election.
On the planning board, Chesley is challenging incumbent James Wilkens for the at-large seat. Toni Wall is an unopposed candidate for the District 2 seat she now holds; there is no name on the ballot for the District 4 seat held by Tom Miragliuolo.
For the budget committee, there is no candidate for secretary. Thomas Rumpf, District 2, and Timothy Basham, District 4, are unopposed for re-election.
Voters also have ordinance amendments to accept or reject, to the Solid Waste Flow Control Ordinance and the Solid Waste Disposal Ordinance.
China’s polls will be open Nov. 3 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the former portable classroom behind the town office. Absentee ballots are now available.
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