Eagle Lake accepting nominations to fill board seat
EAGLE LAKE, Maine — The town of Eagle Lake is looking to fill a vacancy on its Board of Selectmen after one of its members stepped down to become the deputy clerk.
The Board of Selectmen accepted the resignation of Apryl Gagnon’s resignation at its Wednesday, Aug. 19, meeting. She was elected to the board in July and served just one month in that capacity.
Gagnon will continue to serve the town, as she resigned from her seat on the board to accept a full-time position as deputy clerk at the Eagle Lake Town Office.
Nomination papers for the three-year term are available at the Eagle Lake Town Office, and will require 25 signatures from registered voters in the community. The nomination papers need to be returned to the town clerk by Friday, Sept. 18, to be on the ballot for the Nov. 3 municipal election.
For more information, call Eagle Lake Town Manager John Sutherland at 207-444-5511.