At the polls June 12, voters elected Michael Johnson and Matthew Powers to the Lincolnville Central School Committee, and reelected incumbents Ladleah Dunn and Keryn Laite Jr. to the Board of Selectmen.

Johnson received 382 votes, Powers 321 votes and Jared Harbaugh 292 votes in a contested election for two three-year terms on the LCS committee.

Dunn received 574 votes and Laite, 593 votes, both reelected to three-year terms.

Lincolnville Harbor rules

Lincolnville voters agreed that all mooring owners, and those renting moorings, in Lincolnville Harbor, should be able to tie up a tender craft at one of the designated town floats, by a strong majority of 502 to 85.

The change to the Harbor Ordinance now extends tender tie-up privileges to those with moorings in the outer harbor and coastal zone, as well as the inner harbor at Lincolnville Beach. In the past, tender tie-up privileges were granted with mooring ownership or rental, but due to changes over the years, only mooring owners in the inner harbor had tender tie-up privileges.

Shoreland zoning

Voters approved amendments to the town of Lincolnville Land Use Ordinance to make local land-use rules consistent with state guidelines, with a vote of 454 to 121.

School budget

Voters approved the Lincolnville Central School budget for the upcoming 2018-19 school year, 540 to 95.

CSD budget and board

Voters approved the Five Town CSD budget with a vote of 615 to 113.

Andrea Palise was elected to a seat on the Five Town CSD School board, with 583 votes.

Town Meeting, June 14

The proposed municipal budget for 2018-19, totaling $2,023,372, will be voted on at Town Meeting, to be held June 14, at 6 p.m., at the Lincolnville Central School.

After $1,003,624 in municipal and state revenues are applied, the amount to be raised in taxes for the municipal portion of the budget is down 2.5 percent from 2017, according to Town Administrator David Kinney.