TURNER — Selectmen on Monday night approved the entire list of appointments:

* Emergency management director and addressing officer, Ross Gagne;

* Fire chief, Michael Arsenault;

* Animal control officer, Wendell Strout;

* Town clerk, deputy treasurer, deputy registrar of voters and deputy tax collector, Rebecca Allaire;

* Tax collector, assistant deputy clerk and deputy treasurer, Angeliec Goulding;


* Registrar of voters, deputy clerk, deputy tax collector and deputy treasurer, Joyce Moulin;

* Treasurer, deputy tax collector, Annette Roy;

* Code enforcement officer and building electrical plumbing inspector, Roger Williams;

* Town manager, General Assistance administrator and superintendent of cemeteries, Kurt Schaub;

* Alternate CEO/LPI/building electrical inspector, Kenneth Pratt;

* Constable, Lucien Asselin;


* Road commissioner and Public Works director, Jack Moultrie.

The board also reviewed the Fish Street project, in which contractors will attempt to control erosion along the Nezinscot River with the installation of three subsurface bendway weirs on the riverbed, riprap at the toe of the slope and related erosion-control measures along approximately 190 feet of riverbank. Four contractors toured the project area last week. The town is still waiting for a DEP permit, which may involve more suggested work for the contractors to consider.

The Transfer Station traffic pattern was discussed, but no solution was reached. With the addition of single-sort recycling, the bin for recyclables will have to be placed in a convenient spot and monitored. The selectmen mentioned that if any garbage is deposited into the single-sort bin, the whole bin would be spoiled.

In other news, the board reviewed three bids for roadside mowing from Hood, Lucas and Caldwell. Most of the bids did not contain all the necessary information, such as the hourly rate or total cost. The board voted to return the bids and revisit them on August 11 at a special selectmen’s meeting, where the Turner rescue will also be discussed.

Only subscribers are eligible to post comments. Please subscribe or login first for digital access. Here’s why.

Use the form below to reset your password. When you've submitted your account email, we will send an email with a reset code.