By MyFM's rick Michaels - A Special Town Election will be held in Uxbridge today as residents will be electing a new member to the Board of Selectmen. Today’s voting comes following a meeting last night, with representatives from the State Department of Revenue who told Uxbridge officials what financial reports need to be completed, if the town wants to receive state aid for fiscal 2019. The financial difficulties were compounded, with three resignations this fall the treasurer/collector, town accountant and assistant town accountant all stepping down. Meetings will take place in the weeks ahead to try to come up with a plan moving forward. As for today’s election residents will look to replace Selectman Justin Piccirillo, who resigned in July citing work demands and just a year into his three year term. The two candidates seeking to fill his seat for the next two-years are James Hogan, a former Selectman and Brian Butler, a former educator. Uxbridge voters can cast their ballots at the McCloskey Middle School today from seven til eight o’clock tonight.