With just 637 votes cast in a quiet June election, Camden voters have elected new faces to municipal and education boards.

A three-candidate race for two seats on the Camden Select Board was won by James Heard, earning 374 votes, and Donald A. White Jr., with 353 votes. Incumbent Karen Grove received 340 votes. Leonard Lookner received one write-in vote.

School Administrative District 28 (Camden-Rockport K-8 schools) and the Five Town CSD (governing Camden Hills Regional High School) school boards had three candidates running for two seats. Incumbent Matthew A. Dailey received 372 votes, Willard J. Hibbard III received 310 votes, and Dale E. Landrith, 224 votes.

David Miramant sought reelection to the town’s personnel board, running unopposed, and received 495 votes.

Voters also approved, 502 to 59, amending the subdivision ordinance, adding a sentence that requires at least 75 percent of subdivision lots be issued certificates of compliance. The purpose of the amendment is intended to release the town from possible repair costs for damages to subdivision roads during the construction phase.

“The concept behind this amendment is to create a threshold before the town would accept the responsibility for subdivision roads that have been developed,” said Town Manager Roberta Smith, in a town newsletter. “By placing a 75 percent threshold of developed lots, the risk of the town incurring expenses for repairs caused by damage to the roads during development of the remaining lots is reduced.”

Camden voters also approved the school budgets for the CSD and SAD 28.

Voting 514 to 107, Camden endorsed an $11.3 million CSD budget to operate Camden Hills Regional High School.

Voters also voted 515 to 106, approving a $12 million SAD 28 budget.