At Bridgton polls: McHatton, Taft win

By Lisa Williams Ackley

Staff Writer

Voters here elected Robert J. McHatton Sr. and Douglas A. Taft to serve three years on the Bridgton Board of Selectmen Tuesday, while Deanna "Dee" Miller and Mike Figoli won the two three-year positions on the Bridgton Planning Board.

Taft, the incumbent, received 655 votes, while McHatton captured 503 votes and Kenneth Murphy had 443 ballots cast for him.

Incumbent planning board member Miller had 498 votes cast for her, while Figoli received 430 votes, Adam O. Grant had 376 votes and Richard Danis had 284 votes, respectively.

Adam Grant received 52 write-in votes, for the three-year term as an alternate member on the Bridgton Planning Board.

Ordinance amendments & enactments approved

Amendments to the Town of Bridgton Site Plan Review Ordinance were overwhelmingly approved at the polls June 12, as were the enactment of two new ordinances — the Town of Bridgton Park Forest Trust Fund Ordinance and the Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) Ordinance.

SAD 61 School board

Jody M. Gray captured 636 votes and Peter Morrison had 630 ballots cast for him, to take the two, three-year seats on the School Administrative District 61 Board of Directors.

There were two two-year terms open on the SAD 61 Board of Directors, with Cynthia B. LeBlanc receiving 704 votes, while Trina Sanborn had three write-in ballots cast for her.

Todd E. Perreault, who received 782 votes, was unchallenged in his re-election bid to the Bridgton Water District for a three-year term.

There were 965 total ballots cast, on Tuesday.

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