THOMASTON — Two residents have taken out and returned nomination papers for a three-year position on the Thomaston Select Board.

Chris Hirsch returned his papers for the select board Monday, April 4.

Hirsch is retired from a career in healthcare. He is currently a member of the Watts Block Trustees and the Georges River Land Trust trail committee, as well as a volunteer with Coastal Family Hospice.

Former Thomaston Code Enforcement Officer Bill Wasson returned nomination papers for the select board Monday, March 21.

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

Five additional residents have taken out nomination papers for other positions and have not returned them yet.

Select board incumbents William Hahn and Sandra Moore took out nomination papers to run for reelection.

Joan Linscott, incumbent for the board of assessors, took out nomination papers to run for reelection.

Kimberly Matthews took out nomination papers to run for a select board position.

Mark Higgins took out papers to run for a three-year position on the RSU 13 Board of Directors.

Rebecca Roveto is the incumbent for this position. She was appointed to the position in January after Quixada Moore-Vissing resigned.

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

Two three-year seats on the select board are available, as well as a three-year term on the board of assessors and on the RSU 13 Board of Directors.

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.