Candidates offer constructive criticism for Kennebunk ME Select Board

KENNEBUNK, Maine – How’s the Kennebunk Select Board doing?

A diverse field of nine select board candidates – two incumbents among them – weighed in with their opinions when moderator Durward Parkinson asked them if they had any constructive criticism for the board during a virtual Q&A forum on Thursday, May 13.

Incumbent selectperson Shiloh Schulte took the question first, stating that he wanted to make sure residents can address the select board with the understanding that they will be heard – something he said he does not believe always happens.

“I would like to keep improving the response to that from the board,” he said.

Schulte, fellow incumbent selectperson Wayne Berry and challengers John Costin, Kortney Nedeau, Gwen Page, Lisa Pratt and Kyle Roberts all took part in the forum in their bids for one of the three three-year seats available on the select board during the annual town meeting on Tuesday, June 8. An eighth candidate, Anthony Michaud, delivered an opening statement at the forum but then bowed out to tend to a prior commitment.

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