Nomination papers for municipal and school seats are becoming available in Blue Hill and Brooksville.
The town of Brooksville released its nomination papers on December 12. Open seats include:
One three-year seat on the board of selectmen, currently held by John Gray;
One one-year seat as tax collector, currently held by Yvonne Redman;
One one-year year seat as town clerk, currently held by Amber Bakeman;
One one-year seat as treasurer, currently held by Freida Peasley;
One one-year seat as fire chief, currently held by Matt Dow;
One one-year term as road commissioner, currently held by Mark Blake;
Two three-year openings on the school board, currently held by Dana Hooper and Helen Condon;
Three three-year terms on the budget and advisory committee, currently held by Earl Clifford Jr., Ann Ebeling and Russ Dischinger;
One three-year term on the planning board, currently held by Gerald Gray.
Papers must be returned by 8 p.m. January 17.
The town of Blue Hill will release nomination papers on Wednesday, December 19.
There will be two open seats on the board of selectmen, including a two-year seat left vacant by the death of Selectman Duane Gray in September and one three-year seat currently held by Jim Schatz. Those wishing to run must specify which seat they intend to run for.
There will be one open three-year seat on the school board. This seat is currently held by Jon Smallidge.
There are two open three-year seats on the planning board. These seats are currently held by Peter d’Entremont and Fern Leach.
Papers are due back by the close of business February 18.