OTISFIELD — The Board of Selectmen on Wednesday will hear another update on the electronic sign approved at the 2017 annual town meeting.
The board will meet at 7 p.m. at the Town Office on Route 121.
Selectmen unanimously voted Sept. 6, 2017, to accept a $21,859 offer from NeoKraft in Lewiston. The bid came three months after voters authorized spending up to $25,000 from the timber reserve account to buy and install an electronic digital sign to replace the changeable letter sign in front of the building.
The sign is black and white and looks similar to the one now in use.
Selectman Rick Micklon told residents previously that one benefit of an electronic sign is town office employees could change the messages without going outside.
Other items on the agenda include discussion on the Transfer Station and the quarterly report for selectmen.