It was a big night for incumbents last night when results came in for the annual town election.
In the race for two seats on the Board of Selectmen, incumbent George Dixon topped the ticket, followed by incumbent Pat Wojtas, and then Roland Van Liew and Jim Murray.
Dixon thanked his supporters and said he is ready to move forward.
"I'm very happy," he said. "I feel like I worked hard ... I'm looking forward to just helping people (in my next term)."
Wojtas said she was thankful for the vote of confidence from the residents.
"I'm definitely humbled by the vote tonight," she said. "I'm going to do everything I can to keep the town moving forward."
In the race for three seats on the Planning Board, incumbents George Zaharoolis, Colleen Stansfield and Bob Joyce retained their seats; newcomer Mark Dolat was knocked out. Stansfield topped that ticket.
For School Committee, Nick DeSilvio won against Barbara Skaar, who ran a write-in campaign.
"I represent the voters, I represent the kids ... I'm really happy that I got more votes this time than I did the last time I ran," he said.
DeSilvio said he is looking forward to his next term and wants to start working on his goals.
"We'll be looking to Chapter 70 reforumlation, that is key, and rolling out the stratigic plan. We've never had one and I'm excited for it," he said.
Fire Chief Mike Curran said the passing was really a win for the firefighters. Town Meeting reps will now vote on the new station at the end of the month.
"I'm happy for the firefighters who have to live there 24/7. I get to go home at night, they don't," he said. "And as we know the conditions (of the building) aren't good."