Oak Bluffs selectmen set Saturday, Nov. 14 as a date for a special town meeting this week, aiming to complete unfinished business from the annual town meeting in June.

The location and time of the meeting have not yet been determined, but town administrator Robert Whritenour told selectmen Tuesday that the likely location is the Oak Bluffs School.

The annual town meeting was held at the Tabernacle, but November will be too cold for an outdoor meeting, Mr. Whritenour said. He said the school has enough space to hold a socially-distant meeting if the wall between the cafeteria and gymnasium is opened up.

“It’s a very large area . . . it will be feasible,” Mr. Whritenour said.

Holding the meeting on a Saturday will allow ample time for cleaning, he also said.

Selectmen gave their provisional support for the plan.

“In light of all the things we trimmed off of our annual town meeting, it’s important that we have a fall town meeting,” selectman Brian Packish said.

Also Tuesday, selectmen unanimously approved of the designation of the library downstairs meeting room as the location for early voting and the ballot dropbox. The need to move early voting from the town clerk’s office to the library comes as town employees prepare to move to temporary work trailers while the new town hall is being built.

The town polling place for the Nov. 3 presidential election will also be the library meeting room. Early voting runs from Oct. 17 through Oct. 30, with hours to be announced.

In other business, selectmen unanimously approved designating the town website (oakbluffsma.gov) as the official place for posting legal notices. A secondary space will be the wall outside the town clerk’s office in the temporary work trailers — room four.

Selectmen also appointed Donalexander Goss and Barbara Alleyne to the community preservation committee, reappointed Herb Kiehn to the Vineyard health care access program, appointed Antone Lima to be the parks commission representative to the CPC, and appointed Amy Billings as the parks commission representative to the harbor advisory committee. The board also granted a request from Ms. Billings to remain as the parks commission representative to the Copeland plan review committee.

— Aaron Wilson