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					TOWN CLERK'S REPORT
2006

To the Honorable Board of Selectmen and Citizens of the Town of Chilmark:

Licenses sold this year:
Intention (to marry): 10
Marriage Licenses: 10

Town Business Certificates - 7
Certificate/Permit of Registration to store Flammable or Explosive - 1

County Dog Licenses: 184
 male/female - 15
 spay/neuter - 169

Commonwealth of Massachusetts - 2006
  Hunting, Trapping & Fishing: 42
  Hunting/Big Game - 28
  Sporting - 8 - Hunting / Big Game / Fishing
  Fishing - 5
  Trapping – 1

Massachusetts Stamps:
      Archery - 22
      Primitive Firearms - 24
      Waterfowl - 12
TOWN CLERK'S REPORT
Vital Statistics
 BIRTHS 2006

DATE NAME PARENT'S NAME
JANUARY
5 Reba Sadie Gamson-Knight
Richard James Knight
Joshua Paul Gamson

9 Lyla Ann Solway
Rebecca Taylor Solway/Taylor
Reuben Eamonn Solway

MARCH
23 Clara Ann Athearn
Meghan Morrow Athearn/Knapp
Daniel Shiverick Athearn

26 Peter Allan Miller
Katharine Maclin Powell
Laurence Hendricks Miller

26 William Richard Miller
Katharine Maclin Powell
Laurence Hendricks Miller

MAY Kestutis Gintaras Biskis
Ellen Anne Biskis/Donnelly
18 Tauras Antanas Biskis


AUGUST
10 Bryce Gabriel Cioffi
Kari D. Cioffi
Brian A. Cioffi

15 Savanah May Pereira
Charley Jean Pereira/McCarthy
Cleman Monron Pereira

OCTOBER
23 Wyatt Jack Loughman
Lianna Paul Loughman/Mattson
Derek Ward Loughman
NOVEMBER
1 Benjamin Kjell Saunders
Julie Kristina Meling
Christopher Joseph Saunders

2 Delilah Marie Oliver
Elizabeth Barrett Oliver/Seward
Kevin William Oliver


MARRIAGES REGISTERED IN CHILMARK
2006

DATE NAME AGE RESIDENCE
MAY
20 Heidi Louise Edidin 49 Charlotte, N.C.
Thomas Alfred Billotto 52 Charlotte, N.C.

28 Lauren Elizabeth Walter Shweder 30 Brooklyn, NY
Matthew Graham Biel 31 Brooklyn, NY

JUNE
17 Pamela Priscilla Garroway 26 Brighton, MA
Brian Christopher Young 26 Brighton, MA

17 Alexandra Heather London-Thompson 29 Chilmark, MA
Peter John Max Stray 27 Chilmark, MA

17 Joy Lynn Kalajainen 37 Lemoyne, PA
George Mark Johnson, Jr 35 Lemoyne, PA

24 Sylvia Corwith Winter 31 Cambridge, MA
Aaron Leigh Baggish 31 Cambridge, MA

AUGUST
1 Isabelle Simonpietri 29 Paris, France
Jonathan Wallace Baker 32 Paris, France

SEPTEMBER
 9 Rachel Kolbert 31 Riverdale, NY
Ivan Fedorov 26 Riverdale, NY

10 Kristen Ann Vitale 37 East Hampton, NY
Erik Baekeland Peterson 35 East Hampton, NY

OCTOBER
7 Peggy S. David 48 Bainbridge, NY
Gregory T. Clark 50 Bainbridge, NY

DEATHS 2006

DATE NAME AGE RESIDENCE

FEBRUARY
4 Joseph John Lucas 76 Chilmark, Mass

MARCH
2 Jay George Fleishman 75 Chilmark, Mass

MAY
26 Constance Eudora Hume 75 Chilmark, Mass
a.k.a. Constance C. Hume

JULY
6 Carole Elizabeth Larsen 70 Chilmark, Mass

11 Jacob I. Weissman 92 Chilmark, Mass

NOVEMBER
17 George H. Blackwell 97 Chilmark, Mass

DECEMBER
8 Laurie A. Reid 83 Chilmark, Mass


NUMBER OF REGISTERED CHILMARK VOTERS
As of November 27, 2006
DEMOCRATS (D) 338
REPUBLICANS (R) 85
UNENROLLED VOTERS (V) 399
Other:
  GREEN PARTY USA (G)     1
  GREEN-RAINBOW Party (J)   6
  LIBERTARIAN Party (L) 2
 TOTAL VOTERS 831

Please Note: 2006 Green-Rainbow and Libertarian are no longer consider a
political parties in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts along with the
Green Party USA      - they are Political Designations not a Party -

YEAR-'ROUND POPULATION 1060
Number of Cities (49) & Towns (302) in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts -
Total 351
and 14 Counties
The state is 190 miles, east - west and 110 miles, north - south
(Source: Massachusetts facts August 1, 2005)


The following is a complete record of Minutes for the Annual Town Meeting
and Special Town Meetings. Warrants and tallies for all Town and State and
Federal Elections:




Town of Chilmark
ANNUAL TOWN MEETING
   April 24, 2006

MODERATOR: Everett H. Poole
TOWN CLERK: Margaret T. Orlando
REGISTRARS: Judie G.L. Mayhew and Carol Merry
CONSTABLE: Daniel Bryant
TELLERS: William Meegan and Julianna Flanders Thorpe

At the close of voter registration April 4, 2006 there were Eight Hundred
six (806) registered voters in the Town of Chilmark. With One Hundred and
twenty (120) voters present, the moderator called the meeting to order at
7:35 p.m. This represents 14.9 % of the Town voters.

Constable Daniel Bryant attested to the posting of the Warrant. Mr. Poole
asked if there were any non- registered persons on the town meeting floor.

Selectman Warren Doty stood to speak about the retirement of Catherine
Thompson, the Chilmark Free Public Library Director of 17 years. He said
that he wanted to thank her for being a devoted public servant for so many
years and spoke of her organization of the children's programs, programs for
the school and her grant writing which ultimately resulted in a new library
for the community. He wished her well in her retirement.

ARTICLE 1. The election of officers on the Official Ballot was
postponed by the Moderator until the Annual Town Election, at noon
Wednesday, April 26, 2006.

ARTICLE 2. Mr. Poole asked for reports from the Town Officers or
Committees.
J.B. Riggs Parker reported on the progress of the repairs to the Filled
Dock in Menemsha.

Mr. Poole asked if there was anyone else with information to bring forward
under Article 2. There were none.

ARTICLE 3. Departmental budgets read by the moderator were moved and
seconded. The following items were checked for further discussion:
Selectmen's Maintenance Unclassified
Harbor Master Salaries
Board of Health
Judith Jardin questioned the expenses of this unclassified fund. Mr. Doty
said that it was used for repairs to the Menemsha School and general repairs
to town buildings and grounds. Mrs. Jardin pointed out that in each of the
budgets for buildings there are monies earmarked for such repairs in the
budget. Mr. Fenner said it was for unanticipated repairs and that he could
say that $10,000.00 was going to repairs on the Silva barn.

Mr. Parker stood to amend the Harbor Master Salaries budget as follows:
Account # 5108 Administrative Assistant from $5,224.80 by $2,946.00
the revised amount $ 2,278.80
Account # 5242 Facilities Maintenance from $ 8500.00 by $1,800.00
the revised amount $ 6,700.00
Account # 5293 Rubbish Disposal from $ 7,000.00 by $2,000.00
the revised amount $ 5,000.00
Total Reduction $6,746.00
The amendment was moved and seconded. The amendment came to a vote and
passed unanimously.

Matthew Pool spoke to the questions on Board of Health Salaries. He said
The Administrative Assistant would have the jobs combined and be in the office
from 9:00 a.m to 1:30 pm five day per week. This would include perc tests
and restaurant inspections eliminating the per inspection fees. Mr. Poole
said they had gone to the Personnel Board and agreed to make this a 30 hour
per week position. Mrs. Jardin asked why the budget was reflecting only 22
½ hours? Mr. Poole could not explain but did say that it represented a 17%
increase to handle the Commonwealths Emergency Preparedness requirements.

The budget, as amended came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 4. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion. Article 4 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 5. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Mrs. Jardin
asked about the Reserve Fund administered by the Finance Advisory Committee.
The Selectmen said that it was for emergency and unforseen expenses and had
been used mostly for legal bills involving the Building Inspector and the
Zoning Board of Appeals. Mrs. Jardin pointed out the in the Edgartown Town
Report these expenses are clearly listed in the budget. Article 5 came to a
vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 6. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Judith Jardin
asked, she said just as she had last year, about the Engley House purchased
by the town 3 ½ years ago. She sited the $40,000.00 for a study, the monies
borrowed by the town for eighteen years and asked what we were doing with
the Engley house? Mr. Fenner said that we were doing nothing and that he
would give the same answer he had given last year that they were still
discussing the issue in Executive Session. He anticipated that within the
next year they would have an answer.
Article 6 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 7. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion. Article 7 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 8. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Mr. Poole
reminded the meeting that this article would require a 2/3 vote. There was
no discussion. Article 8 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 9. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Mr. Poole
reminded the meeting that this article would require a 2/3 vote. There
would be $15,939.00 left in the landfill capping fund. Article 9 came to a
vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 10. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 10 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 11. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 11 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 12. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Mr. Doty
explained the order the ponds would be enrolled in the Estuaries Project in
the future. Article 12 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 13. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 13 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 14. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 14 came to a vote and passed unanimously.
ARTICLE 15. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion. Article 15 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 16. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 16 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 17. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 17 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 18. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 18 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 19. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. There was no
discussion.
Article 19 came to a vote and

ARTICLE 20. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. Bonnie George
asked what an ambulance run to the hospital would cost? Mr. Doty said about
$600.00 and that it would be covered by insurance or Medicare. The cost
would be absorbed if someone had no insurance and could not pay. Article 20
came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 21. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. The Treasurer
spoke to postpone this article indefinitely. She said her research had
revealed the we did not owe this money. It was passed unanimously that
Article 21 be postponed indefinitely.

ARTICLE 22. Read by the moderator, moved and seconded. The moderator
reminded the meeting that a past due bill requires a 4/5 vote. Article 22
came to a vote and passed unanimously.


The Moderator asked if there was any other business to come before this
meeting.

At 8.38 p.m. the meeting was adjourned to the Chilmark Community Center at
noon on Wednesday, April 26, 2006 for the Annual Town Election.

A true copy. Attest: Margaret T. Orlando,
Town Clerk
April 25, 2006
SPECIAL TOWN MEETING
September 25, 2006

MODERATOR: Everett Poole
TOWN CLERK: Margaret T. Orlando
REGISTRARS: Susan Heilbron & Judy G.L. Mayhew
CONSTABLE: Daniel Bryant
TELLERS: Dennis Jason and Christopher W. Murphy

The meeting was called to order at 7:32 p.m. Daniel Bryant, Constable
read the return of the warrant. Of the 818 registered voters in the Town of
Chilmark eighty-two (82) were present.

Mr. Poole asked if there were any unregistered voters on the town meeting
floor.

ARTICLE 1. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Mr. Poole stated that
he would discuss and vote on the seven bullet points of the article, one at
a time.

1. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion. There were questions
about the size of the lots and restrictions applied to the size of the
houses because the land is leased from the Town. Mr. Doty said the
Homesites would be clustered into 3 groups along with some rental housing.
That the lots might vary slightly to accommodate the septic systems and
there would be some restrictions on the number of bedrooms permitted because
of the septic systems. The Board of Selectmen were not clear on specifics
at this time and that finally plans would come back to the town meeting.
 Section (1) one of Article 1 came to a vote and was carried.

2. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion. There were questions
about shared wells, money already spent to date on engineering and clay
rights. The wells would be shared by four units. Mr. Parker said it was not
clear if the town would be responsible for the wells should any of the wells
prove to be insufficient. Mr. Doty stated that there must be 12 or fewer
bedrooms or it would need to be considered a public water source. He also
responded with numbers on the amounts already spent on engineering and clay
rights. Mr. Poole stated that the point here was to retain the services
and come back to the Town meeting.
 Section (2) two of Article 1 came to a vote and was carried.

3. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion.
 Section (3) three of Article 1 came to a vote and was carried.

4. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion.
 Section (4) four of Article 1 came to a vote and was carried.
5. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion. There were question
the design of the homes, the process of awarding the lots and the rate of
development. The Board of Selectmen said it was too early in the process to
answer these questions.
 Section (5) five of Article 1 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

6. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion. Mr. Doty stated
numbers relating to the rental housing.
 Section (6) six of Article 1 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

7. Read by the moderator and opened for discussion. There was discussion
of a possible time line for the construction of the rental housing. Mr.
Parker said they could not put a date on it.
 Section (7) seven of Article 1 came to a vote and passed unanimously.
With all of the bullet point discussed and voted Article 1 was passed.

ARTICLE 2. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 3. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously

ARTICLE 4. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously

ARTICLE 5. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously

ARTICLE 6. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously

ARTICLE 7. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. There were questions
about the use of Community Preservation Funds for the repairs to the
Community Center. An amendment was made to appropriate from available funds
in the treasury. After some discussion the amendment to article came to a
vote and was defeated.
 Article 7 came to a vote and was passed.

ARTICLE 8. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 9. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously

ARTICLE 10. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. The Treasurer stood
to amend Article 10 to strike the words "Interest on Long Term Debt" and
replace with "Retirement of Debt".
 Article 10 as amended came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 11. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 12. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.
ARTICLE 14. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 15. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. There was a question
as to what repairs to town roads. Mr. Parker stated one mile of North Road
and various patch repairs to Middle road.
Article 15 came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 16. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 17. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 18. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 19. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 20. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Mr. Parker amended
the article to strike $10,000.00 and replace the number with $5,000.00. The
amendment was carried.
Article 20, as amended, came to a vote and passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 21. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 22. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 23. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

ARTICLE 24. Read by moderator. Moved and seconded. Passed unanimously.

Mr. Poole stated that all the Articles had been voted and asked if there was
any further business to come before this meeting.

At 9:15 p.m. Everett Poole announced the meeting dissolved.

A true record. Attest:

Margaret T. Orlando,
Town Clerk
September 27, 2006 Town of Chilmark



PRIMARY ELECTION
September 19, 2006

Town Clerk: Margaret T. Orlando
Constable: Daniel Bryant & Marshall Carroll, III
Warden: Margaret T. Orlando
Election Officers: R. Samuel Carroll, Bette Carroll & Barbara Rivers
Tellers: Elizabeth Cornwall, Fran Demers, John Flender, Judith Jardin,
Harriette Otteson,      Christian Soulagnet, Herb Slater, Jane Slater,
Connie Taylor, Catherine Thompson and Wendy Weldon.
The polls were opened at 7:00 a.m. and closed at 8:00 p.m. Of the eight
hundred and fourteen (814) registered voters in the Town of Chilmark, two
hundred and forty-five (245) of these votes 29 where by absentee ballot.
 The tally of these ballots is as follows:

DEMOCRATIC PARTY BALLOTS - Total Democratic vote - 227

 OFFICE AND CANDIDATE Number of Votes
United States Senator in Congress
Edward M. Kennedy 190
 blanks 37

Governor
Christopher F Gabrielli 35
Deval L. Patrick 149
Thomas F. Reilly 43
 blanks

Lieutenant Governor
Deborah B. Goldberg 80
Timothy P. Murray 32
Andrea C. Silbert 80
 blanks 35

Attorney General
Martha Coakley 168
 blanks 59

Secretary of State
William Francis Galvin 148
John Boniraz 29
 blanks 50


Treasurer
Timothy P. Cahill 153
 blanks 74

Auditor
A. Joseph DeNucci 145
 blanks 82

Representative in Congress
 Tenth District
William D. Delahunt 188
 blanks 39

Governor's Councillor
 First District
Carole A. Fiola 70
Kelly Kevin Lydon 61
 blanks 96

Senator in General Court
 Cape & Islands District
Robert A. O'Leary 180
 blanks 47

Representative in General Court
 Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket District
Eric T. Turkington 190
 blanks 37

District Attorney
 Cape and Islands District
No Nomination 0
 write-in: 2
 blanks 0

Clerk of Courts
Dukes County
Daniel James Larkosh 136
blanks 87
write-in: 4

Register of Deeds
 Dukes District
Diane E. Powers 168
 blanks 59

County Commissioner
 Dukes County
Robert M. Sawyer 117
Paul A Strauss 110
Carlene J. Gatting 117
 write-in:
  Scatter  3 (908)
 blanks   561
REPUBLICAN PARTY BALLOTS - Total Republican vote - 18

 OFFICE AND CANDIDATE Number of Votes

Senator in Congress
Kenneth G. Chase 7
Kevin P. Scott 4
 blanks 7

Governor
Kerry Healey 14
 blanks 4

Lieutenant Governor
Reed V. Hillman 14
 blanks 4

Attorney General
Larry Frisoli 12
 blanks 6

Secretary of State
No Nomination
 blanks 18

Treasurer
No Nomination
 blanks 18

Auditor
No Nomination 18
 blanks

Representative Congress
 Tenth District
Jeffrey K. Beatty 11
 blanks 7

Governor's Councillor
 First District
Philip C. Paleologos 10
 blanks 8
Senator in General Court
 Cape & Islands District
Ricardo M. Barros 6
Doug Bennett 7
 blanks 5

Representative in General Court
 Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket District
James R. Powell 17
 blanks 1

District Attorney
 Cape and Islands District
Michael O'Keefe 14
 blanks 4

Clerk of Courts
 Dukes County
Joseph E. Sollitto, Jr 17
 blanks 1

Register of Deeds
 Dukes County
No Nomination
 write-in:
 blanks 18

County Commissioner
 Dukes County
Woodrow W. Williams 10
 write-in:
 blanks 62



A true record. Attest: Margaret T. Orlando
Town Clerk
September 19, 2006
TOWN OF CHILMARK
GENERAL ELECTION
November 7, 2006
FINAL TALLY - AMENDED
November 17, 2006
Warden: Margaret Orlando
Constables: Marshall E.Carroll, Jr. Barbara Lunbeck & Marshall E. Carroll,
III
Election Officers: R. Samuel Carroll, Bette Carroll and Margaret Orlando
Tellers: Alexandra Broyard, Marshall E. Carroll, III, Robert Conway,
Phyllis Conway, Michael Dresner, Albert Dryer, Cecily Dryer, Donald Eber,
Fran Flanders, Edward Kenyon, John Flender, Elizabeth Gude, Judith Jardin,
Betsey Larsen, Marie Mercer, Elizabeth Mayhew, Harriette Otteson, Jane
Slater, Christian Soulagnet, Harmony C. Spongberg, Constance Taylor,
Catherine Thompson, Katherine Upson, Wendy Weldon and Sylvia Yeomans .

The polls were open from 7:00 a.m. until 8:00 p.m. Of the eight hundred and
Twenty- eight registered voters, five hundred and eighty-nine (590) cast
their ballots including two (2) Official Federal Write-in Absentee Ballots.
One Hundred and seven (107) absentee ballots were voted, one from Canada
counted on November 17, 2006.

SENATOR IN CONGRESS Vote Amended
Edward M. Kennedy 451 452
Kenneth G. Chase 113
 blanks 23
 write-in: 2

GOVERNOR/LT. GOVERNOR
Healey and Hillman, Republican 133
Patrick and Murray, Democratic 403 404
Mihos and Sullivan, Independent 22
Ross and Robinson, Green-Rainbow   20
 blanks     9
 write-in   2

ATTORNEY GENERAL
Martha Coakley 441 442
Larry Frisoli 106
  blanks 42
:

SECRETARY OF STATE
William Francis Galvin 399     400
Jill E. Stein 112
blanks 78
TREASURER Vote Amended
Timothy P. Cahill 394 395
James O'Keefe 104
blanks 91

AUDITOR
A. Joseph DeNucci   400   401
Rand Wilson 78
 blanks 111

REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS - 10th District
William D. Delahunt 449 450
Jeffrey K. Beatty 90
Peter A. White 23
 blanks 27

COUNCILLOR - First District
Carole A. Fiola 369 370
Philip C. Paleologos 92
Paul R. Viveros 34
 blanks 94

SENATOR IN GENERAL COURT - Cape & Islands District
Robert O'Leary 445 446
Ricardo M. Barros 100
blanks 44

REPRESENTATIVE IN GENERAL COURT - Barnstable, Dukes & Nantucket District
Eric T. Turkington 409 410
James R. Powell 165
 blanks 15

DISTRICT ATTORNEY - Cape & Islands District
Michael O'Keefe 328
 blanks 258 259
 write-in  3

CLERK OF COURTS - County of Dukes County
Joseph Sollitto 407
Daniel James Larkosh 157 158
 blanks 25
REGISTER OF DEEDS - County of Dukes County Vote Amended
Diane E. Powers 494 495
 blanks 95

COUNTY COMMISSIONER - County of Dukes County
 vote for FOUR
Leslie H. Leland 220
Robert M. Sawyer 212 213
Paul A. Strauss 195 196
Carlene J. Gatting 263 264
Woodrow W. Williams 110
Peter R. Hefler 97
Tristan R. Israel 292 293
Jesse B. Law, III 102
Richard S. Lee 206
James T. Morse 83
 blanks 573
 write-in:     2360
M. Davisson 1
R. Knabel 1
D. Hancock 1

REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT - UP-ISLAND
Vote for FIVE
Roxanne Ackerman 356 357
Jeffrey "Skipper" Manter 348 348
Susan H. Parker 423
Daniel B. Cabot 345
Marshall H. Segall 288
 blanks 1176 1179
 scatter write-in
J. Gordon      1
Laurisa Rich       1
Jill Bernstein     1
D. Bardwell       1
S. Thompson        1
J. Manning 1
L. Coutinho      1
J. Wiedner      1
F. Yeomans       1
2950



MARTHA'S VINEYARD COMMISSION - County of Dukes County
Vote for NINE             Vote    Amended
James Athearn             443    444
Christina Brown           320    321
Mimi Davisson             274
E. Douglas Sederholm      367    368
Linda Bauer Sibley        312    313
Andrew Woodruff           414    415
Peter Cabana              167
Daniel A. Flynn           178
Kathy Newman              296
Paul Strauss              164
Richard J. Toole          188
 blanks                   2166    2170
 write-in:
C. Gatting    1
T. Israel     2
P. Hefler     1
R. Lee        2
S. Bernier    1
D. Flanders 1
L. Jason      1
M. Posin      1
C. Montoya 1
J. Greene     1
                          5310

DUKES COUNTY CHARTER COMMISSION
Vote for FIFTEEN
Timothy D. Connelly     211
Mimi Davisson           265
Arthur Edward Flathers  240
Daniel A. Flynn         213
Richard R Knabel        233
Patricia I.W. Moore     289
Nora M. Nevin           249
James Newman            273
William F. O'Brien, III 205
Linda Bauer Sibley      294 295
Ted Stanley             241
Woodrow W. Williams     230
 blanks                 5623 5637



(Dukes County Charter Commission Continued)
 write-in:
Tad Crawford 55
Stephen Bernier 41
Thomas Rancich 44
 Jeffrey Kristal 44
Helen (Holly) Stephenson   45
scatter write-in:
T. Isreal    3
R. Lee         2
C. Gatting 2
P. Hefler     2
R.M. Packer       2
D. Flanders      2
D. Sternbach       2
P. Grace 1
M. Posin      1
A. Higgins      1
C. Pennebaker        1
K. Hill    1
A. Hedin      1
J. Athearn 1
D. Sederholm        1
P. Strauss     1
E. Kenyon       1
J. B. Riggs Parker     1
J. Abrams      1
C. Allen     1
H. Potter 1
R. Beckert      1
A. Fisher 1
S. Thompson        1
R. French      1
R. Conway 1
J. Greene 1
C. Feltz    1
M. Poole      1
A. Wooddruff        1
M. Logue 1
C. Wiggins       1 8850




QUESTION ONE - Law proposed by an initiative petition
Amended Vote
YES - 252    253
 NO - 293
blanks - 44

QUESTION TWO - Law proposed by an initiative petition
Amended Vote
YES - 212 213
 NO - 287
blanks - 90

QUESTION THREE - This question by an initiative petition
Amended Vote
YES - 243 244
 NO - 238
blanks - 108

QUESTION FOUR - Dukes County charter study commission
Amended Vote
YES - 402
 NO - 97
blanks - 90 91


A true record. Attest:
Margaret T. Orlando,
Town Clerk
November 8, 2006
        FINAL TALLY
Amended - November 17, 2006

				
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