Voters spoke out against the discontinuation of four of the town-maintained roads at the polls June 9, taking each of them as a separate question. The roads included Albert Blood Road, Lloyd Thomas Road, a portion of Martin Corner Road and Thorndike Road.

In the case of Albert Blood Road, the question failed 108 to 233. Lloyd Thomas Road failed 117 to 212, Martin Corner Road failed 155 to 174 and Thorndike Road failed 118 to 212.

With only two seats available and two names on the ballot, voters have elected Ladleah Dunn and Keryn Laite Jr. to three-year terms on the town's Board of Selectmen. Dunn received 229 votes, while Laite received 261 votes.

Reed Mathews has retained his seat on the Budget Committee, receiving 290 votes, while Christine Stevens has been re-elected to a three-year term on the Lincolnville Central School Committee with 281 votes. There was no one running for the three-year term for the Five Town Community School District Board.

Residents also voted in favor of approving the Lincolnville Central School budget for the upcoming 2015-16 school year 250 to 71.

Voters also approved the Five Town CSD budget, 259 to 70.