Residents of South Bristol will elect officers and vote on the town and school budgets during their annual town meeting, Monday and Tuesday, March 10 and 11.
The South Bristol Board of Selectmen expects the meeting to be quiet.
“I don’t think there’s anything that will spark any controversy,” Selectman Chester Rice said. “The meeting will probably take an hour.”
Ken Lincoln is unopposed in his bid for re-election to the board of selectmen.
Incumbent Tenley Seiders and newcomer Sara Mitchell are running unopposed for the South Bristol School Committee.
Voters will consider the 2015-2016 education budget of $1,676,373, a $56,057 or 3.46 percent increase from the 2014-2015 budget.
The budget includes expenses for all K-12 students in South Bristol.
The town budget of $721,655 will also be considered. The 2015-2016 budget shows a $28,225 increase from the 2014-2015 budget.
A member of the South Bristol Budget Committee will be elected for a five-year term. Peter MacCready’s term expires this year.
Residents will also vote on whether to authorize the selectmen to prepare a fireworks ordinance to be presented to the town at a future date. The warrant article is the result of a petition.
South Bristol residents will elect officers Monday, March 9. The polls will be open at South Bristol School from 1-7 p.m. The open portion of annual town meeting will take place at the school at 7 p.m., Tuesday, March 10.