Tisbury selectmen granted a second aquaculture license for town waters Tuesday, conditionally approving a license for Jeffrey Canha to raise oysters in Lagoon Pond.

The license is subject to an agreement with harbor master John Crocker and abutter David Forbes that will allow Mr. Forbes adequate water access to his mooring and dock.

The land side of the oyster growing operation will be based on property owned by Ralph Packer, Mr. Canha said.

Also Tuesday, selectmen set June 23 as the date for the annual town election, following the annual town meeting June 13. Voting will take place from noon to 8 p.m. at the town emergency services building, town clerk J. Hillary Conklin said.

“We’ve purchased Plexiglas barriers for the separation of the election workers,” Ms. Conklin said. “We have very definitive plans in place and we are going to pull this off.”

Police chief Mark Saloio received permission to hire two summer traffic officers, Mataya Trusty and Andrew St. Pierre. Ms. Trusty worked for the force last summer and Mr. St. Pierre is the son of a full-time Tisbury officer, Chief Saloio said.

Three lifeguards who worked on town beaches last year are willing to return, public works director Kirk Metell told selectmen.

“That means we’re going to have a seasoned group this year,” he said. Mr. Crocker the harbor master and shellfish constable Danielle Ewart said they also have experienced staffers returning for 2020.

Selectmen approved business licenses for the Mansion House, Charles and Charles inn, Tisbury Inn and Not Your Sugar Mama’s and granted conditional licenses, pending inspections, for John’s Fish Market, Garde East and Mocha Mott’s.

Car rental agencies Atlanta Island Auto Rentals and Hertz also received license approvals Tuesday.

The Tisbury board of health, which meets Tuesday mornings, heard from Mr. Crocker that he plans to allow only one vessel per mooring or berth as the boating season gets under way.

“I’m not going to say for the season, but for the time being I’m going to say no rafting,” he said.

He also is planning not to deploy the swimming raft off Owen Park as summer begins.

While lifeguards are returning to Tisbury beaches, no decisions have yet been made about public use of town shorelines.

“I don’t believe we’re anywhere near done discussing the status of beach openings,” board of health chairman Jeff Pratt said.