Livermore Falls to produce Fb webpage to inform people

LIVERMORE FALLS — A Facebook site will be produced to continue to keep inhabitants educated of what is going on in town government and other useful info.

Selectmen experienced accredited the strategy beforehand but preferred a policy in area. The board permitted the Social Media Coverage on Tuesday. Town Clerk Amy Byron mentioned she applied a Maine Administration Affiliation plan and made it pertinent to the city.

Byron and Town Supervisor Amanda Allen will administer it.

Selectmen also welcomed freshly elected board users Jim Prolonged and William Kenniston. They be part of Selectmen Jeff Bryant, Ernie Souther and Rodney Heikkinen.

The board reelected Bryant as chairman and Souther as vice chairman. The latter position has not been loaded for quite a few a long time.

In other company, selectmen set a distinctive board conference for 6:30 p.m. June 29 at the Town Workplace. A public listening to will be held on a distinctive amusement permit application for the To start with Baptist Church on Church Street for a carnival.

The board canceled its July 6 meeting.

The carnival, which will be open up to the public, will be held the weekend of July 16, 17 and 18 and will primarily be on church house. There will be a gospel audio live performance at the Livermore Falls Gazebo, video games, snow cones, a dunk tank, food, clowns, amusement and other activities. Margaret Emery, Ricky Merrill and Pastor Forrest Genthner presented the proposal to the board. Genthner said the church is absolutely insured for the event.

In other matters, selectmen also reviewed the 2007 variation of the Bylaws of the Board of Selectmen. Some variations were designed to mirror what is essentially happening this sort of as keeping selectmen conferences on the to start with and 3rd Tuesdays of every single month. Formerly, the conferences were being held Mondays.

The bylaws will be typed up and be deemed by selectmen at the June 29 assembly.

General public Will work foreman Monthly bill Nichols reported Spencer Team Paving of Turner was the lower bidder for paving. The focus on this 12 months is Searles, Cargill and Vining streets once sewer lines are changed or repaired. The organization bid $78 a ton even though St. Laurent & Son of Lewiston bid $84 a ton.

Nichols mentioned this is the fourth calendar year the town has employed Spencer Group.

The board also voted to get two dehumidifiers for the city garage for $10,400 to protect the constructing for decades to occur. The department has about $40,000 still left simply because of a moderate winter season, Nichols stated. There was only 60 inches of snow. The charge for dehumidifiers will occur from this year’s finances.

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