Aquinnah voters go to the polls today to cast ballots in the annual town election — including a final vote on the housing bank and deciding a race for the board of health.

Town clerk Gabriella Camilleri at the polls Thursday; antique wooden ballot box remains in use. — Mark Alan Lovewell

Polls are open from noon to 8 p.m. in the old town hall.

James Glavin is challenging Gerald Green for a three-year seat on the board of health in the lone race this year.

Select board member Gary Haley is running for unopposed for a third term.

The housing bank question is one of four on the ballot; if it passes it will nearly seal unanimous approval for the high-profile initiative that has been under way all winter, led by the Coalition to Create a Martha’s Vineyard Housing Bank.

Tisbury will be the last town to vote on the housing bank question at its annual town election May 24.

Other questions on the Aquinnah ballot include a $200,000 Proposition 2 1/2 override for preliminary design work on renovations to the town hall and comfort station at the Circle, and a nonbinding question to block Holtec Pilgrim from dumping radioactive waste into Cape Cod Bay from the now-closed Pilgrim nuclear power plant.

An override question on a request to spend $26,000 on kiosks at the town parking lot near Moshup Beach is moot after a corresponding article was rejected on the town meeting floor Tuesday.

Election results will be posted tonight online at