Zullas crushes Johenning; Question One prevails in Milton’s 2021 Town Election

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Zullas crushes Johenning; Question One prevails in Milton’s 2021 Town Election

Heavy margins characterized voting in the Select Board and Question One (fire station proposition 2 1/2 override) races in last night’s town election.

Incumbent Michael Zullas enjoyed historic margins in his Select Board race against challenger, Philip Johenning, winning 3,481 vote to 691 votes, for a margin of 83% to 17% – a rate of victory not seen in a Select Board race in nearly a decade.

Question One, which authorized an override of Proposition 2 1/2 to authorize a bond issue for new fire station funding, won out nearly 80% in favor.

The contested Planning Board election resulted in Meredith Hall winning over Robert Levash in a very tight race, 52% to 48%.

The heavily watched School Committee race saw four candidates, Elizabeth Carroll, Beverly Ross Denny, Susannah Hegarty and Kristin Kociol, vying for two seats with Elizabeth Carroll and Beverly Ross Denny prevailing.

The Library Trustee election had four candidates, Philip Driscoll, Paul S. Hays, Jaime Levash and Michael Musto, competing for three seats with wins by Driscoll, Hays and Levash.

Laura T. Richards won the Board of Health Race against John C. Powell, 80% to 20%.

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