Select Board


Gabriel Pendleton



Shey Conover



Lauren Bruce



Archibald Gillies



Phil Seymour



Tina Pendleton




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About Our Work

The Islesboro Select Board serves as the town's executive body, establishing working policies for the Town of Islesboro, as well as preparing the town budget for presentation at the annual Town Meeting.   The Board is made up of five members. At the first meeting following the annual Town Meeting, the Select Board hold election of officers whereby the Board's Chair and  Vice Chair are elected.  

The Select Board meets twice a month on Wednesdays.  The meetings are at 6:15 PM. and are held in the Town Office Meeting Room. 

The meeting agenda will be posted on this page and available at the Town Office before the meeting.  During the meeting,  agenda items are discussed and motions made to address the issues.  Policy changes shall be deemed approved if three affirmative votes are obtained.

The Select Board minutes will be posted on this page  after  they are approved.

The 2021 Meeting Schedule for the Select Board, the Planning Board, Harbor Committee, and the Health Center Advisory Board is posted here as well as at the Town Office.

The Select Board received a grant opportunity through the Maine Coastal Program in 2015 to study the risk of coastal flooding and storm surges at the Narrows and Grindle Point.   At the May 31, 2016 Select Board meeting, Ransom Engineering, the company hired to perform the study, presented the Board with the following report which will serve as a guide going forward for coastal resiliency planning for the Town.  

Coastal Storm Vulnerability Grindle Point and The Narrows (5/31/2016)

Present and Future Vulnerability to Coastal Flooding at Grindle Point and the Narrows  (8/21/2017)