Cheshire Goes To The Polls
Incumbent Cheshire Selectman Robert Ciskowski secured more votes than his opponent Mark Biagini and will return to the board.
IBerkshires.com reports that Ciskowski was the clear winner last night with a total of 297 votes, which was more than enough to defend his seat from political newcomer Biagini.
Biagini said he may run again in the future.
He garnered 191 votes. Bethany DeMarco won the most votes in a write-in campaign for the Adams-Cheshire Regional School Committee with 76 votes.
The seat was left open on the ballot. Annmarie Furey received 405 votes to win an unopposed seat on the Cemetery Commission. The only other contested race was for town constable. Robert Copeland won the office with 306 votes. Andrew Kachel received 166 votes.