Chatham Selectman Nicastro to Seek Re-Election

CHATHAM – Chatham Selectman Dean Nicastro has announced that he will seek re-election this spring.

Nicastro, the current Vice-Chair of the Board, is looking for a second term on the board and says he will not accept campaign contributions or place lawn signs across town, which he calls unsightly.

“I believe I bring a common-sense approach to town decision-making, unencumbered by political grudges and allegiances,” Nicastro said. “I have enjoyed the work, and have very much appreciated the complimentary encouragement I have received from various citizens and taxpayers over these past several years.”

“If the voters should choose to honor me with re-election, I will continue to offer the same solid, serious and sensible leadership which I think the people of Chatham have come to expect.”

Nicastro cited the acquisition of the Eldredge Garage property, establishing an inter-municipal sewering agreement with Harwich, and work to protect the town’s interests in regards to the Monomoy National Wildlife Refuge boundary dispute as some of his accomplishments while serving as a selectman.

Nicastro is a lawyer and spent a number of years in the public sector working as Massachusetts Assistant Attorney General and multiple positions with the City of Quincy. He previously served on the Chatham Finance Committee before his election to the Board of Selectmen.

Fellow incumbent Cory Metters also plans to run for re-election this year. Voters will also fill the seat left open on the board with the resignation of Amanda Love earlier this year.

Annual town election in Chatham is May 17.

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