Nomination papers for public offices in Waldoboro became available March 15, said Town Clerk Linda Perry.

In the June election, Waldoboro voters will elect residents to the Board of Selectmen, the Maine School Administrative District 40 School Board, the Utility District Board of Trustees and the Budget Committee.

To get on the ballot, a candidate must gather 25 signatures, but not more than 100, from registered voters in Waldoboro. The nomination papers can be picked up from Perry at the town office. Nomination papers and signatures must be submitted to Perry by 5 p.m. on Monday, April 26.

There are two seats up for election for the Board of Selectmen. There is one three-year term currently held by Clinton Collamore and a one-year term that will be filled due to the resignation of John Blamey.

For the school board, there is one three-year term for a seat currently held by Danny Jackson and a one-year term that is filled by Francis Cross.

The one three-year term up for election on the Utility District Board of Trustees is currently held by Carl Waterman.

There are three three-year terms up for election on the Budget Committee. There is also a one-year term that voters will fill due to the resignation of Marilyn Hillman.

Waldoboro residents will vote at the polls on Tuesday, June 8 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the town office/fire station.