Robert Macdonald, who served 21 years on the Board of Registrars until he stepped down this past May, is set to be honored at the selectmen's meeting on Monday. Selectmen will present Macdonald with a certificate recognizing him for the contribution he made to the town as a board member. The registrars are responsible for overseeing the town's elections, including balloting, voter registration, recounts, and redrawing precinct lines. By law, its four members must include the town clerk, and not more than two Democrats or two Republicans. When the seat of a current Democratic or Republican board member other than the clerk becomes vacant, the town administrator appoints someone from the same party to replace them, based on the recommendation of the local party committee. At the time he retired, Macdonald was one of two Republicans on the board, with the other two members a Democrat and town clerk Amy Warfield, who is unenrolled. Prior to his own retirement last month, then-town administrator Robert Mercier appointed Republican Larry Way to replace Macdonald on the board. Both Way and Macdonald are members of the Republican Town Committee.