THOMASTON — Former Thomaston Code Enforcement Officer Bill Wasson returned nomination papers to the town office Monday, March 21, for a three-year position on the select board.

Wasson retired from code enforcement in January after working for Thomaston nine years.

Joan Linscott, a member of the Board of Assessors, also took out nomination papers to run for reelection.

Nomination papers were available at the town office beginning Monday, March 7.

Two seats on the select board are available. Both are three-year terms.

Bill Hahn and Sandra Moore are the incumbents for these positions.

The board of assessors position is also a three-year term.

A three-year term on the RSU 13 Board of Directors is also available. Rebecca Roveto is the incumbent for this position. She was appointed to the position January after Quixada Moore-Vissing resigned.

Thomaston residents interested in running for any available positions at the June election can call or visit the town office.

Nomination papers are due Thursday, April 14, by 5 p.m. and require signatures of 25 to 100 registered Thomaston voters.