WARREN, Maine — Three candidates thus far have filed paperwork to run for the two open selectman seats this election year, but no one has stepped forward yet to seek an available school board seat. The deadline for filing nomination papers at the town office is 4 p.m. Friday, Feb. 10.
Candidates must have a minimum of 25 signatures from registered voters in town to make the ballot.
The seats held by Selectmen Christine Wakely and Wayne Luce are up for a vote. Both have returned their nomination papers to seek another three-year term.
Ed LaFlamme has returned papers for the seat held by Wakely.
Michael York has taken out papers but had not returned them as of Feb. 6 for the seat held by Luce.
A three-year seat representing Warren on the Regional School Unit 40 board is also up for a vote. The seat is held by Bonnie Davis Micue who serves as chairwoman of the school board.
No one had taken out papers as of Feb. 6.
Two incumbent members of the Warren Sanitary District board of trustees — Edward Courtenay and Clayton A. Winchenbach — have returned their papers for re-election. No one else has taken out papers for the sanitary district seats.
The municipal election is Monday, March 26. Polls will be open at the town office from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The annual town meeting is scheduled for 7 p.m. March 27 at the Warren Community School.