Area residents should be able to make quick work of their ballots when they go to the polls this Tuesday, June 9, to vote. Here’s a quick rundown of what will be decided:

Old Town will have a special election to fill an unexpired term on the city council that runs through December 2016. The candidates are Joe Pluff and Jan Klitch .

Milford will be electing one person to a three-year term on the board of selectmen, with Donna Curtis running unopposed. On the school committee, Michael Bond, Roxanne Byron, and Greg Hobson are competing for two three-year terms.

Bradley has the busiest local ballot. Residents will be asked to fill two three-year terms on the town council; Diane Walter is the only candidate listed on the ballot, meaning the second will fall to a write-in candidate. Bradley voters also will be asked to approve the town’s municipal budget, as well as funding to pay for completion of construcution of what will be known as the Village School Park.

RSU 34 communities (Old Town, Bradley and Alton) and RSU 26, which is comprised solely of Orono, also will be having validation votes for the school budgets, which were previously approved at budget meetings last month. The validation vote is the final step for passage of those budgets.

And Greenbush will be electing one person to the board of selectmen and two to the school board, with all terms of office for three years. For selectmen, the candidates are Charles Adams and Keith Fowler; running for the school board will be Michael Williams; Audrey Wood, and Glennice Cline.

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