Politics

November 7, 2012

Scarborough elects three councilors, approves fire truck

SCARBOROUGH — Voters elected Jessica Holbrook and Edward Blaise to fill two three-year seats on the Town Council and Katherine St. Clair to fill a two-year vacancy.

Residents also voted 7,050 to 4,196 to approve borrowing $900,000 for a replacement fire truck at Black Point Station.

In a four-way council race for two seats, incumbent Holbrook received the most votes, with 5,836, followed by Blaise, with 3,902.

Other candidates were Paul Andriulli, who got 3,599 votes, and Christopher Coon, with 3,385.

St. Clair narrowly defeated William Donovan, 4,676 to 4,602.

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