The Tisbury annual town meeting is set for Saturday, June 13, selectmen confirmed at their meeting Tuesday.

The meeting begins at 1 p.m. on the playground of Tisbury School at 40 West William street.

“Our town meeting is finally going to happen,” said board chairman Melinda Loberg, after town moderator Deborah Medders issued the final declaration of recess and continuance required under state rules for postponing town meetings.

Town administrator Jay Grande told selectmen that he, finance director Jon Snyder and town department heads have identified $680,000 that can be saved in town meeting warrant articles if voters take no action on the articles.

“In most cases, the [articles’] sponsors have agreed,” Mr. Grande said. The town finance committee will join selectmen in advising no action on the articles, he said.

Mr. Grande also told selectmen that by not filling town positions that have become vacant through attrition, Tisbury can save well over the $104,000 in cost of living increases that existing employees will receive in the fiscal year to come.

In other business Tuesday, selectmen agreed to ask the Steamship Authority to staff both its reservation booths at the Vineyard Haven terminal, to keep car traffic from backing up onto Water street.

As for the future of what town hall will look like when it reopens, Mr. Grande discussed plans to “de-densify” town offices, including moving some employee work spaces to the Katharine Cornell Theatre in order to allow for adequate social distancing.

Selectmen set June 9 as the date for a public hearing on food trucks. Draft regulations discussed Tuesday limit any food trucks to the premises of an already-licensed eatery.