OTISFIELD — The Board of Selectmen will meet Wednesday with the owner of a Norway waste management company to continue discussions on handling recyclables.

The meeting begins at 5 p.m. at the Town Office.

Selectmen previously met with Josh Tice, owner and operator of Tice Waste Management, to hear his proposal to take over recyclables July 1.

The town uses a container from the Oxford County Regional Recycling Corp. to collect recyclables. The town planned to retain it for use after the corporation dissolves.

Tice said his company would place its supply containers at the town Transfer Station, and “when it’s full, my team would come in and pick up all of the recycling at no cost to the town.”

He would sell the recyclables.

“Whatever I get back, I cut you a check for 5 percent of the profits,” Tice said. “Nothing would change at your facility except my containers would be in place instead of the ones you have now.”

Chairman Hal Ferguson and Selectman Rick Micklon previously expressed interest in Tice’s proposal, but agreed to wait until June 28 to continue the discussion, since Selectman Lenny Adler was not at a previous meeting.

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The Otisfield Board of Selectmen will discuss Tice Waste Management’s plan to handle recyclables at a meeting at 5 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, at the Town Office.

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