Rockland City Councilor Edward Glaser said he will seek a second term this fall. The other incumbent whose term is up, Councilor Amelia Magjik, said she would not run for reelection.

Nomination papers for municipal seats become available Wednesday, Aug. 7. Candidates must collect at least 100 signatures of registered Rockland residents and file them with the city clerk by Sept. 23 to get on the Nov. 5 ballot.

Glaser is completing his first three-year term on the City Council. He was elected in 2016, receiving the most votes (1,623) in a four-way race for two seats.

He is the former longtime harbormaster for the city.

Magjik's term is also expiring. She was elected in a special election in June 2017 to fill the vacancy created when Larry Pritchett resigned in January of that year, less than three months after he won reelection.

Magjik said she was 110 percent certain she would not seek reelection.

There are five council seats.

On the school board side of the ballot, incumbents Gerald Weinand and Chelsea Avirett both said they would be seeking reelection.

Weinand was elected to a three-year term in 2016. He is an architect.

Avirett was appointed in November 2018 by the City Council to serve a one-year term when no candidate sought it in last year's election. She is a local freelance writer and teacher.

Rockland has five members on the 10-member RSU 13 Board, which also covers Thomaston, Owls Head, South Thomaston and Cushing.