Re-elected for a second term, First Selectman Pat Llodra, along with fellow incumbent Republican Will Rodgers and first-term Democrat Jim Gaston, held their first official meeting of the Board of Selectmen Monday night at the Municipal Center.
For the next two years, the trio will be overseeing town functions, including public works projects, , including the need to delay the Hanover Road repairs until spring.
Gaston, a former Board of Finance member who won election as a selectman, takes the place of Bill Furrier, who had a dismal showing in his November effort to unseat Llodra.
Except for Gaston's addition, the board remains unchanged with Rodgers voted in as a second selectman who will take over for Llodra in her absence should she be out of town or unable to perform the duties of the office. Llodra's executive assistant, Sue Marcinek, also was reappointed to serve as the board's clerk.