Category Archives: Board of Selectmen

New Gloucester Board Sets Votes on Ordinances, Moratorium [re-posting for Facebook – eds.]

Selectmen on Monday signed the warrant for a special town meeting June 19 to vote on three ordinances and a moratorium.

The meeting will be held at 7 p.m. at the AMVET Hall on Route 100, with voter registration at 6:30 p.m.

Voters will decide on a Property Tax Assistance Ordinance, which selectmen at the annual town meeting last month asked voters to reject because it was flawed. Keep reading Ellie Fellers’ report in the Sun Journal.

A Selectman is More than a Policymaker

Peter Bragdon – Candidate for Selectman

In my opinion, town selectmen are more than just policymakers. They set the tone in town. As selectman, I feel I could offer a positive vibe for our community.

I also feel that selectmen visibility and casual accessibility should be increased, and I promise to show up around town! I understand that everyone is very busy. I also understand that it is not a requirement as a selectman to do any more than the administration stuff.  But with that said, among the five elected officials there could be more presence at community events.

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Four on ballot for two selectboard seats

Four candidates are running for two three-year Selectboard seats, while the other local races are uncontested. 

Terms are up for board member Lenora Conger and Vice Chairman Steven Libby, and neither is seeking reelection. Peter Bragdon, George Colby, Tammy Donovan and Stephen Hathorne are running to fill the two seats.  Keep reading Jane Vaughn’s story on keepmecurrent.com

Two hearings set for Tuesday on New Gloucester warrant articles

A Property Tax Assistance Ordinance and the 2019-20 municipal budget are topics, along with information on the public safety budget. Read Ellie Fellers’ story in the Sun Journal.