STRATHAM — With all six candidates running unopposed at the March 12 election, results for town offices held no surprises.

The Select Board will seat Joe Lovejoy, for a three-year term, and Alison Knab, for two years. Also elected was June Sawyer for cemetery trustee, Beverly Connolly for Trustee of the Trust Funds, and both Steve Simmons and Michael Hunter for library trustee.

Voters also weighed in on nine zoning amendments.

Article 5 outlined size and wattage limitations for both home and commercial solar power arrays. Despite some residents disputing the allowed limits as being too small, and out of step with state and national incentives for green energy, the zoning amendment passed by a vote of 716 to 290. The town previously had no regulations on solar energy systems.

Article 2 clarified permitting requirements for lot frontage for subdivisions, it passed by a vote of 833 to 163.

Article 3 clarified the amount of residential space that can be used for a home occupation to 25 percent, with an additional exception to include storage space. The zoning amendment passed by a vote of 811 to 175.

Article 4 passed by a vote of 810 to 178 and the zoning amendment requires a floor plan to show home occupation area, as well as a plot plan showing parking and outside storage.

Article 6 and 7 both addressed the issue of signage on private property. Article 6 would prohibit the display on residential property of vehicles, trailers or boats which contain an advertisement attached or painted on them. It was passed by a vote of 749 to 237. Article 7 clarified rules for advertising home occupations, by outlining the size and placement of freestanding signage on the property.

Article 8 outlined the granting for conditional use permits within the Wetlands Conservation District, it passed by a vote of 784 to 194.

Article 9, a citizen's petition, was defeated by a vote of 624 to 344. It requested a lot designation change, which would require additional action prior to passage.

The election turnout was a light 17 percent, with a total of 1,068 votes cast.

Residents will have their say on the remaining Town Meeting articles, including funding for a skatepark, curbside collection and elderly tax exemption rates at 7 p.m. on Friday, March 15 at Stratham Memorial School.