DIXFIELD — Continued discussion on a recall ordinance draft and a public comment policy are on the agenda for today’s Board of Selectmen’s meeting at the Ludden Memorial Library.
The meeting will begin at 5:30 p.m.
During the Aug. 25 board meeting, selectmen reviewed drafts of recall ordinances from several Maine towns, including Mexico, Peru and Rumford, and agreed to review them to figure out what would work best for the town.
Puiia said that he took suggestions from the Board of Selectmen after the Aug. 25 meeting and arranged them into a preliminary draft.
“I think this is a good start for us,” Puiia said. “There’s still some work that needs to be done and some questions that need to be answered, but this draft has a lot of what is required for a recall ordinance.”
The selectmen will also continue to discuss and edit the town’s public comment policy.
Other items to be discussed during Monday’s selectmen meeting include:
• Department head reports from water and sewer departments.
• Request by Mexico Water District for payment of lien process billing.
• Reschedule meeting with Mexico Water District to discuss contracted services.
• Action on shoreland zoning violation consent agreements.
• Citizen’s request to consider fireworks ordinance.