A variety of local questions will face voters in the following towns Nov. 8.

All towns in Knox County, plus Islesboro, Lincolnville and Waldoboro

Question: Shall the Cooperative Board of the Region 8 Mid-Coast School of Technology ("Region 8") be authorized to issue bonds or notes in the name of Region 8 for a school construction project in an amount not to exceed $25,000,000 to construct and equip a new career and technical school building and related facilities to be located at 1 Main Street in the City of Rockland and as part of that project, to demolish the existing school building?

A yes vote will authorize the Region 8 board to spend up to $25 million to build a new career and technical center for the Mid-Coast School of Technology at its current location at 1 Main St., Rockland.

Appleton

Appleton residents will be asked to vote to elect a new member of the Select Board to fill the remainder of Donald Burke's term. Jason Gushee is running unopposed for the seat.

Voters will be asked to spend up to $25 million to build a new career and technical center for the Mid-Coast School of Technology at its current location of 1 Main St. in Rockland.

Camden

Voters will be asked to amend the Zoning Ordinance to add boat maintenance and construction as an allowed use in the Coastal Residential District, provided the building is located on five or more acres and has existed since Jan. 1, 2003.

Voters will be asked to amend the Camden Police Ordinance, pertaining to Public Noise and Conduct. The town's noise ordinance currently applies to the downtown area. This amendment establishes a noise ordinance for the entire town, and prohibits measurable noise exceeding 65 decibels between the hours of 11 p.m. and 7 a.m.

Voters will be asked to authorize the Board of Directors of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Corp. to enter into a contract of up to five years with ecomaine. Camden is a member of the MCSW transfer station. The facility's current contract for solid waste disposal expires in 2018.

Cushing

Question: Shall an ordinance entitled 'Town of Cushing Building Notice Ordinance' be amended?

A yes vote will amend the Building Notice Ordinance in multiple ways. Whereas presently, construction, expansion, or alteration of structures larger than 100 square feet require the filing of a notice of intent to build with the town clerk, the proposed amendment will change the process to require the presentation of a building notice to the town clerk or code enforcement officer. The amendment specifies that a permit, without a fee, will be issued and valid for one year. The amendment also adds a passage stating that the Building Ordinance is to be effective in all parts of Cushing, including the Shoreland Zone.

Hope

Voters will be asked to authorize the Board of Directors of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Corp. to enter into a contract of up to five years with ecomaine. Hope is a member of the MCSW transfer station. The facility's current contract for solid waste disposal expires in 2018.

Lincolnville

Lincolnville voters will be asked to select one of the following Lincolnville residents to fill the remainder of the term on the Board of Selectmen held by Cathy Hardy, who resigned her position at the end of October: Josh Gerritsen, Rosey Gerry, Gina Sawyer. The term ends June 30, 2017.

Voters will be asked to authorize the Board of Directors of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Corporation to enter into a contract of up to five years with ecomaine. Lincolnville is a member of the MCSW transfer station. The facility's current contract for solid waste disposal expires in 2018.

Rockport

Voters will be asked to pass an ordinance amending the Road Acceptance Ordinance, which would allow the town to take ownership of private roads after 25 percent of abutting lots are developed. Voters will also decide whether to repeal the Sidewalk Ordinance.

Residents will be asked to appropriate up to $2 million to build a new library at the location of the current Rockport Public Library at 1 Limerock St., provided the town receives another $2 million at least in fundraising donations to complete the project.

Voters will be asked to authorize the Board of Directors of the Mid-Coast Solid Waste Corp. to enter into a contract of up to five years with ecomaine. Rockport is a member of the MCSW transfer station. The facility's current contract for solid waste disposal expires in 2018.

St. George

Question: Whether or not to adopt the revised town charter.

A yes vote will adopt the revised town charter, which includes a number of changes, including revisions to reflect the creation of the St. George Municipal School Unit, to allow Select Board members to simultaneously hold positions in the St. George MSU and as part-time firefighters, provided they avoid conflicts of interest, and to allow Select Board members to serve three, rather than only two, terms.

Question: Whether or not the St. George Municipal School Unity should use funds remaining from last year's budget to pay off remaining obligations from section 18 of the RSU 13 Withdrawal Agreement.

Waldoboro

Question: To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Municipal Officers to establish and implement a mandatory Pay-As-You-Throw disposal method.

A yes vote will mean Waldoboro residents must purchase a particular garbage bag to dispose of their trash at the Waldoboro Transfer Station.