The Bourne Board of Selectmen filled a number of vacancies on town committees and boards at their meeting on June 24.
Selectmen appointed Thomas C. Armstrong as a regular member of the Bourne Zoning Board of Appeals. Mr. Armstrong had been an associate member of the zoning board. His term was set to expire next year. He takes over for Judith A. Riordan, who recently resigned from the board. Ms. Riordan’s term, which is now Mr. Armstrong’s, expires in 2019.
Selectmen also appointed town administrator Thomas M. Guerino as the town’s representative to the Cape Cod Regional Transit Authority. The appointment is for one year. Bourne Capital Outlay Committee chairman Mary Jane Mastrangelo was reappointed to the committee along with member Richard A. Mastria. Both were appointed to three- year terms.
Also reappointed to new three-year terms were Bourne Conservation Commission members Paul R. Lelito and Robert Palumbo. Associate members Michael J. Gratis, Michael E. Leitzel and Thomas L. Ligor were all reappointed to one-year terms.
Barbara Jacobs will continue to be one of the town’s registrars of voters. Ms. Jacobs’s reappointment received a recommendation from Bourne Town Clerk Barry H. Johnson.
Bourne Police Chief Dennis R. Woodside, Charles T. Devlin, Lee M. Gresh, Russell H. McAllister and Richard F. White were all named constables again.
Kathleen V. Donovan and Monica M. Layton were each reappointed to four-year terms with the Bourne Council on Aging. Gioia L. Dimock was returned for a three-year term, and Deborah Burgess and Frances E. Speers were both reappointed to one-year terms. There is still a one-year term vacancy on the council to be filled.