Amid low voter turnout, residents on Monday approved by wide margins two ballot measures that will have a significant impact on how Southborough is governed.
The question to increase the Board of Selectmen from three members to five, passed with 65% of the vote, while the question to expand the authority of the town administrator passed with 81% voting in support.
Voter turnout in the election was 5.5%. There were no contested races.
Look for more coverage on the blog on Tuesday.