OTISFIELD — Administrative Assistant Anne Pastore advised selectmen Wednesday night that a Yarmouth company will begin installing security cameras at the transfer station May 31.

A representative of Cunningham Security Systems told Pastore it would need a lift to install the cameras.

Board Chairman Hal Ferguson said the board agreed to rent a lift to save money.

Pastore said the closest place she could find one was True Value hardware store in Bridgton for $195 for 24 hours, or four times that amount for a week.

Selectman Rick Micklon said the town would only need a lift for two days.

Ferguson said he would check a store in Windham that may charge less.

The cameras will monitor the station for possible violators of town rules.

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Selectman Rick Micklon listens Thursday evening as Administrative Assistant Anne Pastore tells the board about the security cameras that will be installed at the Otisfield transfer station.