Government at a glance
Sabattus Board of Selectmen
Public Works equipment
Issue: Board members tabled Roads Commissioner John Hyde’s request for a second computer and printed until the July 17 meeting so “all possible options” and equipment bundling deals can be looked into. Also Tuesday, Hyde requested electrical upgrades and $2,300 for a new air compressor.
Up next: Board members asked that three bids be submitted to cover the work and equipment, for consideration later. Selectmen also will look into the possibility of obtaining a state grant under the Efficiency Maine program to cover some of the equipment and improvements costs.
The scoop: The state’s Department of Environmental Protection has recommended that a well, located southwest of the town’s landfill, be tested for water quality. Selectmen recommended a water testing kit be ordered and continued the item for discussion later.
The scoop: After meeting Tuesday with representatives from the Federal Emergency Management Agency, Selectman Gino Camardese and Hyde, the roads commissioner, said the town could receive $4,000 toward culvert replacement and road repairs made to Webster Corner Road in May.
Issue: Concerned about illicit activity taking place at Martin’s Point Beach after dark, board members decided to install signs informing beach-goers of what is permitted there, as well as the 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. hours of operation.
Up next: A sign with the ordinance specific to Martin’s Point and the 6 a.m. to 10 p.m. hours of operation printed on it is slated to be installed at the beach. Likewise, a sign marking the town’s right of way at Long Beach has been ordered and it, too, will be planted as soon as possible.
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