Duxbury residents have two new members on their select board after Town Meeting this year.
Incumbent board members JoAnne Berno and Ames Robb did not run for re-election. Maureen Harvey was elected to a one-year seat on the board. Running against her were Brian Delphia, Tricia Tyo and Bob Magee. Harvey received 78 votes, Delphia 9, Tyo 13 and Magee 32.
Maurice LaVanway was also elected to a one-year seat on the board. In that race, LaVanway received 62 votes, with challengers Tyo, Magee and Eric Ladensack receiving 10, 25 and 20 votes, respectively.
Select board member Richard Charland was re-elected after being challenged by Bob Magee. Charland received 90 votes to Magee’s 45 votes.
The town passed a municipal budget of $668,321 and rejected an article that would have given the town clerk/administrator a raise. Voters also rejected an article that would have them elect select board and school board members by Australian ballot rather than from the floor.