PARIS — Oxford County commissioners have signed a deal with a web developer to run of the county’s website.

The agreement with Lauren Haven will provide the county with an annual 75% savings over the current cost for running the website, according to Oxford County Executive Assistant Abby Shaner. The contract will pay Haven $99 per month, or $1,188 per year.

Oxford County pays more than $4,000 for the same type of service now.

Haven works as an administrator for the Maine County Commissioners Association. She begins overseeing the county’s website Aug. 20.

The panel agreed Thursday to the promotions of Beth Frisbee and Dan Landry from corrections officers to corrections corporals. It also hired Austin Polgo as a part-time corrections officer. The position will become full time in two weeks.

Commissioners also accepted the resignation of Deputy Brandan George, who is leaving to work for another agency.

The county department heads reported they are working on a process to handle internal complaints. They are also developing a way to recognize county employees.

The Sheriff’s Office reported it is taking over policing in Dixfield after the resignation of its police chief. The coverage began at 6 p.m. Friday and extends for 180 days, Town Manager Dustin Starbuck announced Tuesday. The county will consider a formal contract if the temporary solution of coverage turns into a longtime commitment.

Commissioners also approved the working draft of the job description for systems administrator.

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