DIXFIELD — A review of the recall ordinance process and an update on a water and sewer project are among the items to be discussed at the 5:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 22, Board of Selectmen meeting at Ludden Memorial Library.

During the Aug. 25 board meeting, the 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.

The selectmen will also hear an update on the status of the $1.8 million upgrade to the water, sewer and drainage systems on High, North and Pine streets.

The project was approved by voters in July 2013 and will replace old galvanized pipes that are in danger of breaking.

Among the other items on the agenda include:

* Update on anticipated vacancy of the chief of police position.


* Request by Steve Swan to use town property.

* Review of the Board of Appeals Ordinance.

* Discussion on possible straw poll questions for Nov. 4 ballot.

* Review of public comment policy.

* Set a date for a public hearing on the Wind Energy Facility Ordinance.

* Set a date to meet with Mexico Water District to discuss contracted services.

* Abatement of nonperforming and noncollectable water and sewer accounts.


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