Contest for Select Board seats shapes up in Camden

By Susan Mustapich | Apr 18, 2017
Source: File photo Camden Selectman Don White is running for reelection.

Camden — Incumbent Don White will run for one of the two open seats on the Select Board.

Robert A. Falciani and Alison McKellar are also running for the seats.

White and Jim Heard currently hold three-year terms on the Select Board, which are up for election in June. Heard had not taken out nomination papers by April 18.

Christian Wincklhofer has taken out, but not yet returned, nomination papers for Select Board.

In March, Stephen Beveridge and Jenna Lookner took out nomination papers for a one-year term that was held by Leonard Lookner, who died in February.

Two three-year terms are open on the SAD 28/Five Town CSD boards for Camden residents. The seats are currently held by Matthew Dailey and Kristin Collins. Dailey and Elizabeth Noble have taken out nomination papers.

No one has yet taken out nomination papers for a three-year term on the Personnel Committee, currently held by Dave Miramant.

Nomination papers are due back to the Town Office by Friday, April 28, before 3:30 p.m. At least 25 signatures, but no more than 100 signatures, are required.

The election is set for Tuesday, June 13, with the annual town meeting June 14.

Courier Publications reporter Susan Mustapich can be reached at 236-8511 or by email at

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