LINCOLNVILLE — At the Sept. 12 meeting of the Lincolnville Select Board, five residents were appointed to the Lincolnville Heart & Soul Committee.

Heart & Soul is a subcommittee of the Comprehensive Review Planning Board. The committee is charged with gathering as much feedback as possible for the town’s new comprehensive plan. The last comprehensive plan in Lincolnville was completed in 2006.

Susan Silverio, who chairs the Comprehensive Plan Review Committee, was also appointed to the Heart & Soul Committee along with residents Lynn Travis, Cynthia Dunham, James Dunham and Bob Olsen. Mike Ray will oversee the committee for the Select Board.

“This fulfills the Select Board request for five committee members to completion,” Silverio said in an email on Sept. 13. “All planning sessions will be posted on the town’s website and all Lincolnville residents are welcome to participate.”

The Lincolnville Heart & Soul committee will meet for the first time on Sept. 13 at 7 p.m. in the Community Building.

The Heart & Soul committee will work with a coach contracted by Community Heart & Soul, a national organization, on ways to reach out to as many Lincolnville residents as possible in gathering feedback for the upcoming comprehensive plan.

In other business, the Select Board appointed Earl Brown to the Planning Board with a term that expires in 2023.

Lincolnville Town Administrator David Kinney reported that around 80 applications for property tax stabilization have been received from Seniors. He noted the applications would be processed in the near future and reminded qualified residents to return their applications before the December deadline.

Kinney also noted that Penobscot Park is now open to the public with temporary signage in place.

The Select Board set a pair of public hearings dates for winter road closures and General Assistance Ordinance amendments for Sept. 26 at 6:30 p.m.