Wayland selectman Joe Nolan plans to seek reelection to a fourth term, he told Wayland Patch on Friday.
"You don't walk away when important things are on the table" Nolan said, noting several key issues Wayland is currently dealing with. "Certainly, three terms is a good measure of service. I talked to my family and my kids and they all really supported me in running again, A lot of people in town encouraged me to run again."
Nolan said he wants to continue working to hire a new town administrator and finish the new public works building, among other issues.
Nolan took out nomination papers on Thursday and plans to seek signatures the weekend. He has until Feb. 11 to return at least 50 signatures to the Town's Clerk's office to be placed on the ballot.
Selectman Steven Correia's seat is also up for reelection. He has not yet specified whether he plans to seek reelection. Finance Committee member Cherry Karlson plans to seek a selectmen's seat.
The election is set for April 1.