The city’s Board of Assessment Appeals gained a new member Tuesday.
By placing third among the four candidates, Republican Stacey Raymond joined incumbent Democrats Dominic Pasquale and James Minella on the tax appeals panel.
Minella got 4,648 votes. Pasquale, who is chairman, snagged 4,441. Raymond collected 3,967 while the other GOP contender, Robert Casar, got 3,141.
All six of the constable contenders on the ballot were automatically elected since each party is entitled to three slots.The most votes were racked up by Todd Larue, who got 4,202. Also elected were two other Democrats, Joela Bouchard Mudry and Paul Keegan as well as three Republicans:Timothy Ceritello, Brock Weber and Thomas Hick.
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