Matt Dyke, a laborer with the Livermore Falls Public Works Department, surveys the level of crushed rock being put down Tuesday where a compactor container will sit. The department is making in improvements at the town’s transfer station. Donna M. Perry/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Livermore Falls Public Works employees Matt Dyke, left, and foreman Bill Nichols rake and compact crushed rock that Rodney Lake is dumping Monday before building a new retaining wall at the Livermore Falls transfer station. Donna M. Perry/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Livermore Falls Public Works employees Matt Dyke, left, and foreman Bill Nichols rake and compact crushed rock that Rodney Lake is dumping Tuesday before building a new retaining wall at the Livermore Falls transfer station. Donna M. Perry/Sun Journal Buy this Photo

Public Works crew members Matt Dyke, left, foreman Bill Nichols and Rodney Lake compact a base of crushed rock that was being put over a drain pipe Tuesday where a compactor container will sit at the Livermore Falls transfer station. The crew is also building a retaining wall to support the entryway. The pad on which the container previously sat was cracked and the retaining wall was bulging. Improvements are being paid for with money left over in the department’s budget, Nichols said. Donna M. Perry/Sun Journal Buy this Photo


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