An incumbent and a newcomer who runs a nonprofit in Orland had been elected Tuesday to 2 seats on the Bucksport City Council.
Mark Eastman, who first was elected to the council in 2017, was the highest vote-getter with 736 votes, or 29 p.c of the votes solid within the five-way race. Tracey Hair, the chief director of H.O.M.E. in Orland, obtained the second-highest tally with 675 votes, or practically 27 p.c of greater than 3,200 ballots solid within the race.
Donald White got here in third, falling quick with 501 votes. Patricia Grey obtained 413 votes and Steven St. Peter Jr. obtained 206 votes.
Peter Stewart, the council chair, opted to not search reelection to a fourth time period. His time period is scheduled to run out on the finish of the calendar yr. Hair and Eastman, who owns an area actual property firm, will probably be sworn in previous to starting to serve their three-year phrases in January.
Tom Foster and Abigail Foster, two incumbents on the Regional College Unit 25 faculty board, didn’t face opposition and every had been reelected with greater than 1,000 votes.
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