LITCHFIELD — Nomination papers are available at the Town Office for municipal posts that will appear on the ballot for the June 11 election.

The petitions, which require signatures of 25 to 100 voters registered in town, are due April 25.

Town Clerk Doris Parlin said Selectman Rayna Leibowitz’s post is up for election, as is Scott Weeks’ post on the board of Regional School Unit 4, which consists of Litchfield, Sabattus and Wales. 

Also up for election are seats on the Budget Committee and  the Litchfield Academy Board of Trustees.

The annual Town Meeting is scheduled for June 15.

 READFIELD — Nomination papers are available for the following municipal offices: 


 • two Board of Selectmen seats

 • one seat on Regional School Unit 38 (Manchester, Mount Vernon, Readfield and Wayne); and

 • one seat on the Readfield Elementary Advisory Board.

The petitions require 25 signatures of registered voters in order for the candidate’s name to be placed on the town’s annual Town Meeting ballot. They must be returned to the Town Office by 4:30 p.m. April 29.

The election is scheduled for June 11, and the business portion of the Town Meeting starts 6:30 p.m. June 13.

MOUNT VERNON — Nomination papers are available for the following municipal posts:


• three-year seats: one each on the Board of Selectmen, the Regional School Unit 38 board of directors and the elementary school advisory committee;

• a two-year post on the elementary school advisory committee; and

• one-year posts as road commissioner, tax collector, town clerk and treasurer.

The papers must be returned by noon April 27.

Voting is set for June 11, with the business portion of the annual Town Meeting set to begin at 9 a.m.

June 15 at Mount Vernon Elementary School.


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