By Ed Pierce
With two incumbent At-Large members and a new councilor sworn
in to represent the West District following this month’s municipal election,
the Windham Town Council set about the task of electing a new chairperson and
making new committee appointments for the coming year during a meeting on Nov.
Councilor Jarrod Maxfield was elected as the new council
chairperson, succeeding David Nadeau in that role. The council also voted Mark
Morrison to serve as vice-chair and Ed Ohmott as the council parliamentarian.
Jarrod Maxfield will
serve as the chair of
the Windham Town
Council for the coming
year succeeding David
Nadeau. FILE PHOTO
Maxfield has lived in Windham since 2011 and owns a computer
technology business. He has represented Windham’s North District since 2016.
The council also chose Nadeau to serve on the Finance
Committee along with Councilors Morrison and Nicholas Kalogerakis. Elected to
serve on the Appointments Committee are Councilors Bill Reiner, Kalogerakis and
Kalogerakis, who represents Windham’s South District, will
join Maxfield in serving as the council’s representatives to the Windham
Economic Development Board.
Councilor Brett Jones, who represents Windham’s East District,
was elected as the council’s representative to the Public Easement
Newly elected Councilor Bill Reiner was elected to serve on
the Parks & Recreation Advisory Committee, while Maxfield was selected to
serve on the Highland Lake Leadership Team.
Nadeau was elected as the council’s representative to the Long
Range Planning Committee, while Jones was elected to serve on the Natural
Resources Advisory Committee.
Ohmott and Morrison will represent the council on the
Marijuana License Fee Committee, while Morrison will serve on the Energy
Advisory Committee. <