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2011 Five Town CSD Candidates
  • Published
    June 15, 2011

    Appleton elects new road commissioner

    Voters chose to replace incumbent Road Commissioner David Gould and elected Curtis Starrett to the position by a vote of 91 to 163 when they went to the polls June 14. A total of 256 voters, 27.6 percent of Appleton's 928 registered voters, cast ballots in the municipal election. Selectman Scott Wiley was re-elected to a three-year term on the board. He received 184 votes. Fred Brown received 6 write-in ...

  • Published
    June 15, 2011

    Rockport voters settle heated Select Board race

    Rockport citizens voted to return William Chapman to the Select Board, and chose Geoffrey Parker to accompany him, when they went to the polls in municipal elections June 14. Parker was the top vote-getter, receiving 281 votes, with Chapman receiving 216 votes. Candidates Gordon Best, Patricia Egan and Robert Nichols received 179, 161 and 154 votes, respectively. A three-year term on the boards of School ...

  • Published
    June 15, 2011

    Camden elects new select, school board members

    With just 637 votes cast in a quiet June election, Camden voters have elected new faces to municipal and education boards. A three-candidate race for two seats on the Camden Select Board was won by James Heard, earning 374 votes, and Donald A. White Jr., with 353 votes. Incumbent Karen Grove received 340 votes. Leonard Lookner received one write-in vote. School Administrative District 28 (Camden-Rockport K-8 ...

  • Published
    June 14, 2011

    Poll times for municipal elections

    Voters in Midcoast towns will cast ballots for municipal and school board posts, and set their annual budgets in town meetings during the month of June. Poll times for secret ballot voting and town meeting locations are listed below. Absentee ballots are available at town offices for each municipal election. For details regarding a particular town's election policies, call the town office at the number shown. ...

  • Published
    June 3, 2011

    Farley seeks to control school costs

    Tom Farley said May 11 that he was pursuing a seat on the Five Town Community School District and School Administrative District 28 boards because he has been involved with the advocacy group Citizens for Value In Education, which seeks "the best possible education at the lowest cost," according to Farley. "It's been really good for the citizens of Rockport," he said. Rockport voters will choose between Tom ...

  • Published
    June 3, 2011

    Haselton would focus on curriculum

    Eliza Haselton said May 10 that she was running for a seat on the Five Town Community School District and School Administrative District 28 boards because it was time. Rockport voters will choose between Tom Farley and Haselton to fill a three-year term on the board of School Administrative District 28 and Five Town Community School District. The seat is currently held by Elizabeth Saltonstall. "I've lived ...

  • Published
    June 3, 2011

    Two vie for Rockport seat on SAD 28 and Five Town CSD board

    Rockport voters will choose between Tom Farley and Eliza Haselton to fill a three-year term on the board of School Administrative District 28 and Five Town Community School District. The seat is currently held by Elizabeth Saltonstall. Elections will be held as part of the secret ballot portion of Rockport town meeting on Tuesday, June 14, between the hours of 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. The open meeting will take place ...

  • Published
    June 2, 2011

    Three seek two SAD 28 seats in Camden

    Camden citizens will choose two representatives for three-year positions on the board of directors for the Five Town Community School District and School Administrative District 28, filling seats currently held by John Lewis and Matthew A. Dailey. Dailey, Willard J. Hibbard and Dale E. Landrith Sr. are on the ballot for those seats. The top two vote-getters will win the election. Elections will take place ...

  • Published
    June 2, 2011

    Dailey seeks to represent community

    Matthew Dailey said May 12 that the first time he ran for a seat on the School Administrative District 28 and Five Town Community School District boards of directors, in 2008, there was no competition. "I brought the elementary school parents' perspective," he said. "I ran as a write-in candidate. The other seat was unfilled." Camden voters will elect two representatives for the three-year positions currently ...

  • Published
    June 2, 2011

    Landrith calls for business approach to education

    Dale Landrith Sr. said May 9 that he was running for a seat on the Five Town Community School District and School Administrative District 28 school boards because he was concerned about the local school system. Camden voters will elect two representatives for the three-year positions currently held by John Lewis and Matthew A. Dailey. Dailey and Willard J. "Bill" Hibbard will also appear on the ballot. "I've ...

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