The incumbents have it, as determined by voters at the annual town election late last month. Charles Bear beat out challenger Michael Doyle, 751 to 675, for a three-year seat on the Board of Selectmen, while David Powell garnered 657 votes to Mary Chick’s 509 for a five-year seat on the planning board. In two other contested spots on the ballot, Charles Colby Jr. beat out David Balkus for a one-year unexpired term as constable, 751 to 414, and Jeffrey Janvrin narrowly beat out David Elwell, 414 to 412, with a third contender, H. Russell Iwanowicz, garnering 226 votes. Meanwhile, several other incumbents ran unopposed and were reinstated, including Robin Williams for a three-year term on the Triton Regional School Committee; Peter Murphy for a three-year term as assessor; Alba Gouldthorpe for a three-year term on the board of health; James Cunningham for four years as constable; Charles Colby as fish commissioner for three years; Peter Hollis as tree warden for one year; and Douglas Noyes as trustee of the first settlers burial ground for three years. Newcomer Richard Passeri was also voted in as a library trustee for three years. The town saw a 29 percent voter turnout.