Union voters will choose between two candidates for a three-year term on the Board of Selectmen.

John Shepard, the current board chair, is not running for reelection. Running for the position are James Justice and Kimberly Snow.

Adam Fuller is running unopposed for reelection to his two-year term on the board.

Matthew Speno is also running unopposed for reelection to a three-year term on the Regional School Unit 40 Board of Directors.

Nomination papers were available starting March 1, with a deadline of April 9 to return the papers.

Polls will be open Tuesday, June 8, from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the William Pullen Meeting Room.

Voters will also decide on the Union budget questions, two land use ordinance amendments and a solar array amendment on this date.

The solar array amendment will “provide regulations for commercial proposals.” This means a commercial solar array must meet specific standards to be approved by the town.

The Regional School Unit 40 budget referendum will also be up for vote at this election. This is the town of Union’s share of the school budget.

A second, in-person vote will be held Saturday, June 12, at 10 a.m. in the Town Meeting style. This will be held in the parking lot outside the William Pullen Meeting Room.

Union Town Clerk Stacey Parra said voting will occur by raising hands, and all Center for Disease Control guidelines will be followed.

Voters at this meeting will decide on one cemetery trustee, one William Pullen trustee and four budget committee members.

The remaining town warrant items that cannot be decided by paper ballot will also be determined at this meeting. This includes tax dates and warrant items Parra described as “boiler plate” items, which are renewed each year.

These items include warrant articles allowing the Board of Selectmen to act on items without bringing them before voters, including selling tax acquired properties and applying for and accepting grants.