June 24, 2018
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Nomination papers available for Hampden positions

By Dawn Gagnon, BDN Staff

HAMPDEN, Maine — Nominations petitions are available for residents interesting in running for one of the nine local elective positions that will be filled on Nov. 4.

Up for grabs are the expiring Town Council seats held by District I representative Ivan McPike, District II representative Thomas Brann, District III representative Jean Lawlis and District IV representative David Ryder, and the RSU 22 school committee positions now held by Amy Faircloth, Jim Davitt and Niles Parker, according to Town Clerk Denise Hodsdon.

Also to be filled is the remaining year of Jessica Scott’s unexpired school committee term and the Hampden Water District board post now held by Shane Sargent, Hodsdon said.

In addition to electing local officials, Hampden residents also will vote on referendum questions related to proposed amendments to their town charter.

The deadline for returning nomination papers is Sept. 4.

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