Hebron Board of Selectmen

April 24, 2017

Hebron Town Office

Transfer Station

What happened: Josh Tice, owner of Tice Waste Management of Norway, offered to operate the Transfer Station for $81,000 per year, which is $4,000 less than what the town pays now.

What it means: Tice said he would run the station the same as now. Because of the number of trucks he owns, he would remove all solid waste daily and bulky waste weekly. He would also offer curbside pickup for a small fee. He would not be able to make any changes to the system or facility without the approval of selectmen.


What’s next: Selectman Jim Reid wants to consult with the Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments before signing a contract.

Mowing equipment

What happened: Voters at the annual town meeting this year approved $5,000 to buy a mower.

What it means: Selectmen found a zero-turn, 52-inch mower, a trimmer and a walk-behind mower, all for $4,787, at Dave’s Small Engine Repair in Oxford.

What’s next: Selectmen unanimously approved the purchase.

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