OTISFIELD — Administrative Assistant Anne Pastore advised selectmen Wednesday night that a Yarmouth company will begin installing security cameras at the transfer station May 31.
A representative of Cunningham Security Systems told Pastore it would need a lift to install the cameras.
Board Chairman Hal Ferguson said the board agreed to rent a lift to save money.
Pastore said the closest place she could find one was True Value hardware store in Bridgton for $195 for 24 hours, or four times that amount for a week.
Selectman Rick Micklon said the town would only need a lift for two days.
Ferguson said he would check a store in Windham that may charge less.
The cameras will monitor the station for possible violators of town rules.
Selectman Rick Micklon listens Thursday evening as Administrative Assistant Anne Pastore tells the board about the security cameras that will be installed at the Otisfield transfer station.