ROCKLAND — The sole Rockland City Councilor whose term expires in November said he is “on the fence” about running for reelection.

But two incumbent Rockland representatives on the Regional School Unit 13 Board said they do not plan to seek reelection.

Candidates can take out nomination papers beginning Aug. 4 at the city clerk’s office at Rockland City Hall.

Councilor Ben Dorr said he was on the fence about running for reelection. Dorr is completing his first three-year term on the Council. He is the co-owner/operator of Curator on Main Street.

Incumbent RSU 13 board members Tom Peaco and Doug Curtis Jr. said they would not be running again. Peaco announced that a few months ago. Curtis said July 30 that his role as volunteer district governor of Rotary will be taking up a lot of his time over the next year. The district includes Maine, Quebec and New Brunswick.

Peaco has been on the board for five years, being elected in 2016 to fill out a two-year term, then reelected for a full three-year term. He is the executive director of the Pen Bay Regional Chamber of Commerce.

Curtis is completing his first three-year term, being elected in 2018. He is a financial adviser at Edward Jones in Rockland.

A third seat is up for election — the one held by David Martz who was appointed July 12 by the Rockland City Council to fill the seat previously held by Gerald Weinand. Martz serves into November. There is one year remaining on the seat.

Rockland has five seats on the 10-member RSU 13 Board.

One seat on the Rockland Port District is also up for election. A seat held by Noah Barnes is up for election. The term is for five years.

Nomination papers must be filed with the city by Sept. 20.

The election is Nov. 2.