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Limington Seeks Road Commissioner

The Town of Limington, Maine is seeking qualified candidates to fill the position of Public Works Director/Road Commissioner. The Director is responsible for all public roadways maintenance, the upkeep of all municipal properties, minor building maintenance, and municipal vehicle maintenance. The Director also assists the Select Board with formulating long and short range fiscal and... Continue Reading →

Hollis Christmas Fund Successful

Thanks to the help and generosity of so many residents and businesses, the Hollis Christmas Fund Committee was able to provide toys, games, clothing, snow sleds, and other gifts to 55 children from 23 families in Hollis this Christmas season. The contributions and volunteers delivered gifts to children from infant to teenage.

Hollis Site Walk Canceled January 26, 2019

Due to a pending snow storm, the Hollis Planning Board has canceled the site walk for the 9-lot subdivision on Bean Street (Tax Map 12, Lots 15-1 through 15-9). For further information, email: planningboard@hollismaine.org. All Planning Board meetings are open to the public.

Poland Springs Employees Contribute to Food Pantry

Poland Spring associates from the Hollis bottling facility spread holiday cheer in their communities this season by supporting local families in need. Each year Poland Spring's employees support charities in Hollis and the other communities where they operate facilities. “Poland Spring associates don’t do this because they have to; they do this because they understand... Continue Reading →

Hollis Seeks Finance Committee Member

Hollis, Maine has an opening on their Finance Committee which they are seeking to fill. The Finance Committee is responsible for reviewing all of the Town's financial data, budgets, and reports, and to provide recommendations to the Select Board to enhance the Town's financial status. Interested residents with a financial background are asked to contact... Continue Reading →

2019 Dog Licensing Deadline

Maine State Law requires that all dogs six months and older be licensed by January 31st of each calendar year. To license your dog you will need a valid Maine rabies certificate and altering certificate, if appropriate. You can get the dog license in person at your town hall for all towns in the Buxton... Continue Reading →

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