ROCKLAND, Maine — Rockland’s mayor is seeking another term on the City Council.

Mayor Frank Isganitis took out nomination papers Tuesday for a three-year seat on the council. He is completing his first term and has served as mayor since November when elected to that post by his council peers.

Isganitis is co-owner and operator of the Limerock Inn in Rockland.

The two incumbent Rockland representatives on the Regional School Unit 134 Board, whose terms expire in November, also have taken out papers. Esther “Tess” Kilgour took out papers on Wednesday, and Nancy Jeffers took her papers out Tuesday.

Kilgour has served on the School Administrative District 5 Board and then the RSU 13 Board since 2006. She served as chairwoman from 2014 through March 2014. She works as a medical laboratory technician.

Jeffers has served for three years on the RSU 13 Board. She also served four years on the predecessor SAD 5 Board, after being appointed to a vacancy by the City Council in 2005 and then winning a three-year seat in 2006. She is a business consultant.

Rockland has five representatives on the 10-member RSU 13 Board.

Nomination papers must be returned to City Hall with at least 100 signatures of registered Rockland voters by Sept. 21 to get on the Nov. 3 ballot.