WARREN — The ballot is set for the June municipal ballot.

Incumbent Selectboard member Brent Pratt has filed nomination papers for another term. The seat — seat number 5 — is for three years. He is uncontested.

Two incumbents have made the ballot to represent the town on the Regional School Unit 40 Board but a third incumbent did not file papers to seek another term. Making the ballot are incumbents Randy Kassa, and Julie Swindler who are seeking three-year seats. Incumbent Lillian Haversat did not file nomination papers.

There is no candidate on the ballot for a two-year seat on the regional school board. That seat can be filled by a write-in candidate.

Warren has four seats on the 16-member regional school board.

Saralee Andrews has made the ballot for seat No. 3 on the sanitary district, a two-year seat.

The election is June 14 with voting to be held at the Warren Masonic Hall at 105 Camden Road from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.. Absentee ballots will be available beginning May 13.

In addition to the municipal candidate ballot, residents will be asked to vote yes or no on the RSU 40 budget for 2022-2023. There will also be a ballot question, asking residents whether they want to continue the school budget validation process for another three years. If rejected, that means the school budgets would be approved at an annual meeting rather than at the polls.

The annual town meeting will be 7 p.m. Tuesday, June 21 at the Masonic Hall.