|Ellie Fellers, Special to the Sun Journal|
Some positions, library hours on the chopping block
Selectmen are calling for across-the-board cuts as they develop a municipal budget for 2020-21, interim Town Manager Paul First said this week.
A final budget was not made available after Thursday night’s board meeting. The initial proposal presented in January was $3.82 million.
Some of the cuts being considered, First said, include a Parks and Recreation employee position reduced to 35 hours per week, the code enforcement account, the assistant librarian position and the New Gloucester Public Library’s hours of operation. Keep reading