Saul serves on the Open Space and Trails committee, helping to develop the town's current open space plan, and on the historic structures and places committee currently preparing a listing of historic homes and places of significant interest in the town's history. She also serves on the Parks and Recreation committee, responsible for overseeing and coordinating the town's very popular summer youth program
Supervisor Frank Thompson, who has served since 2002, earned 1,670 votes. Independence ticket candidate John Cromie, who ran wth Citizens for Responsible Government, received 893 votes.
Town Highway Supervisor Dave Forbes, running uncontested, garnered 2,244 votes. Forbes began his career with the town in 1994 as building and grounds supervisor. He became officially involved with local politics by becoming a Committee Person in District 8. Forbes assumed the responsibilities of highway superintendent in October 2002, successfully winning two primaries and two elections.
Town Clerk William J. Mevec has served as town clerk for 33 years, and received 1,560 votes.
Town of Milton tax collector Carl Englehart ran unchallenged, earning 2,070 votes.
Incumbent Republican Tim Thomas Jr. ran unchallenged for town justice, earning 1,870 votes.""