The city is now looking for three people to serve on the School Board to be elected in November.

Jesse Butler resigned from the School Board, effective Aug. 31, because he is moving out of town.

Therefore, along with the two three-year seats available for the Nov. 8 ballot, there will also be a two-year seat.

Interested parties taking out nomination papers for the RSU 13 Board must specify which seat they are seeking.

As with the other terms, anyone who wishes to run for the two-year term will have to collect not fewer than 100 nor more than 150 signatures of registered Rockland voters, and turn in completed nomination papers no later than 4:30 p.m. Sept. 26.

Seats held by School Board Chairman Steve Roberts and member Don Robishaw are up for election. Roberts is running. Robishaw is running for the Legislature.

Two City Council seats, one held by Mayor Louise MacLellan-Ruf and one by Larry Pritchett, are also up for election. MacLellan-Ruf said last week she will not seek re-election.

Ed Glaser and Judith Lawson have taken out nomination papers to run for City Council.