One race contested in two towns


Only one local race in Livermore and Livermore Falls will be contested when voters go to the polls in their towns on June 13.

The contested race is in Livermore Falls with residents Scott Roberts and Jackie Knight challenging each other for a two-year selectmen’s term. That seat is held by Chairman Ken Jacques. He’s not seeking re-election.

Uncontested races in Livermore Falls feature incumbent Selectman Russell Flagg seeking re-election to a three-year selectman’s term. Flagg’s wife, Town Clerk/Treasurer Kristal Flagg is seeking another term in the position she has held for more than a decade.

Also seeking re-election to three-year terms on the SAD 36 board are incumbents Mac Haynes and Fred Nadeau. Newcomers running for two, one-year seats on the school board are Ann Souther and Lori Morris.

Over in Livermore, incumbents seeking another term are Treasurer Kurt Schaub and Town Clerk Renda Libby, both running for two-year positions. Selectperson Chairwoman Grace Jacques is seeking another three-year term and Selectperson Brenda Merrill is seeking a two-year seat.

Both incumbent directors Cathrine Ouellette and Cynthia Young are running for re-election to three-year terms on the school board.

Polls in Livermore Falls will be open from 9 a.m. to 8 p.m. on Tuesday, June 13, at the Fire Station and polls will be open from 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. the same day in Livermore at the Brettuns Community Building.