SCARBOROUGH — Chris Caiazzo and Robert Rowan were elected Tuesday night to the Town Council.
Caiazzo, who racked in 2,398 votes – the highest of all five candidates – and Rowan, who came in a close second with 2,149 votes, won the bid over Michael Turek, who earned 1,363 votes, Liam Somers, who earned 1,254 votes, and James E. Benedict with 507 votes.
For the uncontested Board of Education race, incumbents Donna Beeley and Jacquelyn Perry, along with newcomer Kathryn Miles, were elected for three-year terms.
Nicola F. Rico and Benedetto Viola won uncontested bids for trustees of the Scarborough Sanitary District.
Scarborough has 15,060 registered voters, and 4,184 cast ballots for this election.