NOMINATION PAPERS AVAILABLE
MONDAY, MARCH 17, 2014
The Municipal election will be held on Tuesday, June 10, for the purpose of electing:
- Two (2) people to the Town Council for three (3) year terms.
- Three (3) people to the School Board for three (3) year terms.
Nomination papers are available from the Town Clerk’s Office beginning on Monday March 17. Residents interested in running for either Town Council or the School Board must submit nomination papers with a minimum of 25 and a maximum of 100 signatures no later than 5:00 p.m. on Monday, April 28.
The Town Clerk is the keeper of the public record, for the past and the present. The Town Clerk's Department is responsible for: issuing licenses, permits; supervising and coordinating elections; maintaining voter registration information; recording vital records; providing administrative support to the Town Manager and Town Council, boards and committees; providing information and notices to the public and town departments on the town website; administration of the General Assistance program for the town.
Town of Falmouth
Have you ever considered serving your town on a committee? Thought about filling a published vacancy but never applied? Now is the time! The Appointments Committee is now seeking applications from volunteers willing to serve their. It’s easy to apply. Paper applications are available from the Town Clerk’s office or from our website (www.town.falmouth.me.us/Pages/FalmouthME_BComm/volunteer) just answer a few simple questions and click “submit”.
Even if there is no current vacancy that fits your interests or talents, new openings come up all the time.
We have the following openings!
Board of Assessment Review and Sewer Appeals
Falmouth Economic Improvement Committee
Board of Zoning Appeals
Ad-hoc Route 100 Committee
Dial 211 for Health and Human Services
United Way of Maine, in collaboration with Ingraham, Inc. of Portland, have established 2-1-1 Maine, Inc. as part of a national movement to centralize and streamline access to health and human service information and resources.
In July 2000, the Federal Communications Commission approved the use of the telephone number "211" nationally for health and human services information and referral. In short, 2-1-1 Maine, Inc. is a 501 (c) (3) organization whose mission is to connect anyone in Maine who wants to give help or get help with a full range of health and human services in their community. Governor Baldacci announced the expansion of 2-1-1 Maine to statewide coverage on the 6th of July and it is now available to residents of the entire state simply by dialing "211" on the landline or cellular phone. Seven Resource Coordinators throughout the state are responsible for making contact with health and human service resources to ensure that information about those resources are included in the 211 database.
Resource information is available on the internet at www.211maine.org. Clicking on the red 211 Directory button, and entering the resource name.