Scarborough voters unseated two incumbents in a crowded race for three Town Council seats on Tuesday, while they split on two referendum questions.

The winners among seven candidates for three council seats were Shawn Babine with 4,340 votes, Peter Hayes with 4,280 and incumbent Katherine St. Clair with 4,026.

The four other candidates were incumbent Richard Sullivan with 3,678, William Somers with 3,158, Roger Beeley with 2,230 and incumbent James Benedict with 1,630.

Voters approved a proposal to borrow as much as $585,000 to replace a 25-year-old fire truck by a vote of 6,129 to 3,771. They rejected a plan to borrow $440,000 for a full property revaluation, the first since 2005, by a vote of 6,715 to 3,088.


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