WILTON — Tiffany Maiuri was elected selectman and James Black school board director in town elections Tuesday.

Maiuri was elected with 158 votes to Ray Lagasse’s 151. The two sought the seat left vacant by Russell Black.

James Black received 182 votes to serve on the RSU 9 board. Margaret Donaghue garnered 121 votes. The position was left vacant by Robert Pullo.

Selectman D. Scott Taylor ran unopposed and received 241 votes.

About 300 residents cast ballots at the Town Office. Town Clerk Diane Dunham described it as a moderate turnout. About 100 people cast their ballots by noon Tuesday, according to ballot clerks Jean Rand and Claire Fitzpatrick.

The annual town meeting is Monday, June 10, at Academy Hill School. Selectmen will provide a barbecue for residents, starting at 5:30 p.m. in the school cafeteria. The annual meeting begins at 6:30 p.m., also in the cafeteria.

Babysitting will be available for a donation, Town Manager Rhonda Irish said Tuesday. Three students from the babysitting class at Forster Applied Regional Technology Center will provide the service.

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