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Pierce School and operating override questions win; VanScoyoc, Warren elected to Select Board

May 2, 2023  Updated May 20, 2023 at 12:34 p.m.
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Brookline voters today approved Question 1, which would raise property taxes to rebuild the Pierce School. Voters also approved Question 2, an operating override that town officials say will help fill gaps in the budget.

Question 3, which would cap the number of cannabis stores in Brookline at four, also prevailed.

Paul Warren and John VanScoyoc were elected to two open seats on the Select Board, winning narrowly over Arden Reamer.

In the race for an open one-year School Committee seat, Natalia Linos won over Christopher Mutty. And for the Brookline Housing Authority board, Susan Cohen prevailed over Kimberley Richardson.

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See the vote counts in these contested races, as well as results from Town Meeting races in every precinct, here. Please note that these are unofficial results, and the town will work to finalize and certify them in the coming days.

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