NORWAY — The Board of Selectmen will review alternative forms of town government at its meeting Thursday, Nov. 3, at 7 p.m. at the Town Office on Danforth Street.

Town Manager David Holt has told selectmen that it could be beneficial for them to look at alternative forms of government as a way of adjusting to the exodus of department heads over the next few years.

They include Holt, Police Chief Rob Federico, Fire Chief Dennis Yates, Town Clerk Shirley Boyce, Recreation Director Deb Partridge, Highway Department Foreman Jim Tibbetts and Finance Director Carol Millett.

Selectmen will also receive an update on their search for a new assessor.

Early in October, assessor Phinn Walker announced he would leave his position in the near future. Holt said Walker agreed to continue to work while the town seeks a replacement.

Other items on the agenda are:

* Public hearing on liquor license application for 76 Pleasant St.;

* Review of police union bargaining status; and

* Acceptance of $1,000 donation from McDonald’s for recreation.

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