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No changes to board after recount

NAUGATUCK — Republican Alex Olbrys held on to the ninth and final seat on the borough board following a recount Tuesday. The recount was triggered by a tight finish on…

A recount Tuesday of the votes for burgess candidates confirmed Republican Alex Olbrys, left, held won the final burgess seat over fellow Republican Ed Fennell.
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Recount for burgess candidates set for Tuesday

NAUGATUCK — A recount of the votes for burgess candidates will be conducted Tuesday. Town Clerk Michelle Dowling said the recount will begin at 9:30 a.m. and be done in…

From left, Sam Blinstrubas, poll worker; Getty Guevin, head moderator; Simon Magnarella and Patricia Conway, both poll workers begin a recount Tuesday of all the Town Council candidates in Prospect because of a close vote between Democrats Michael Scaviola, an incumbent, and Eileen Cranney, a newcomer. - RA ARCHIVE

Prospect recount turns out same results

PROSPECT – The Town Council will remain the same after a recount Tuesday. Incumbent Democrat Michael Scaviola stayed ahead of newcomer Eileen Cranney, also a Democrat, although she gained one…

Democratic newcomer Eileen Cranney came in five votes behind incumbent Michael Scaviola in the Prospect Town Council race.

Recount to be held for Prospect Town Council race

PROSPECT – A recount has been called for all candidates of the Town Council because of a close vote between two Democratic candidates. Democratic incumbent Michael Scaviola and newcomer Eileen…

Vote the same on roads referendum after recount

BEACON FALLS — A recount of the results of last week’s referendum on road repairs produced the same outcome — it failed by one vote, according to the town clerk’s…

Clerk concludes no recount necessary on budget vote

BEACON FALLS — The town will not hold a recount and is accepting the results Tuesday’s referendum on a $5.85 million budget proposal. The vote totals were 305-299 in favor…

From left, Stephanie Savoy, Helen Borbos, and Barbara Caron sort the ballots from the Naugatuck municipal election Tuesday morning. Poll workers had to recount the votes after Scott Slauson beat out Deanna Krzykowski for a seat on the Board of Education by only seven votes. “Every vote counts,” Slauson said as he watched the poll workers tally up the numbers Tuesday morning. “This is democracy in action.” Slauson's vote tally remained the same at 1,301, but losing candidate Deanna Krzykowski, a Democrat, lost a vote after some ballots were hand-counted, Democratic Registrar of Voters Louise Sheedy said. After the recount, Krzykowski trailed Slauson by just eight votes. The state mandates a recount if any two candidates are within 20 votes of each other. The Board of Education has nine members, including Mayor Robert A. Mezzo, and will meet Thursday to elect officers.