RAYMOND — Selectmen on Tuesday night chose a longtime food industry worker with a food cart to manage Raymond Beach this summer.

Rhonda Keene will still have to undergo a background check and sign a contract with the town before she is the confirmed selection, said Code Enforcement Officer Chris Hanson.

Keene, who lives in Windham and is a Dunkin Donuts manager, proposes to sell hot dogs, sausages, sandwiches and her own specialties, including sloppy joes and chili, from her food cart.

Keene is the second manager selectmen have chosen to keep the beach on Route 302 clean in exchange for free use of the land for business purposes.

Last summer, Jeff Pomeroy ran The Black Ghost Cafe out of a pontoon boat off a dock in Sebago Lake. The town terminated his five-year lease because he violated shoreline zoning regulations by leaving the boat, which sank, in the water through February.

Pomeroy is facing thousands of dollars in fines for the violation. Hanson said the town hasn’t settled the issue yet, but is “seeking all legal remedies available.”