NORTH YARMOUTH — Two full-term openings on the Board of Selectmen have attracted five candidates, while a one-year seat is uncontested.
The deadline for nomination papers was April 28 for the June 14 elections.
Former Selectman Paul Napolitano of Mill Ridge Road is unopposed for the final year of a seat vacated in December by former Selectman Mark Girard. The resignations of Selectmen Steve Palmer in March and Clark Whittier last June created the two other vacancies.
Selectman Jim Moulton, of Mill Road, is running for a full term, after being elected last year to complete Whittier’s unexpired term. He is opposed by former Selectman and state Rep. Anne Graham of Farms Edge Road, Peter Lacy of Royal Road, Paul Metevier of Henry Road, and Nelson Smith of Ledge Road.
Kevin Desmond of New Gloucester Road is unopposed for a three-year seat on the School Administrative District 51 Board of Directors, and David Hyde of Mountfort Road is unopposed for a five-year Cemetery Commission seat. Three Budget Committee seats drew no candidates.