Newsletter February 2014

NEWS FROM THE TOWN OFFICE - 327-2121

I know I speak for many of you when I say, “I can’t wait for Spring!!”  This winter season has brought us a great variety of weather, from freezing rain, rain that freezes on the road, to snow and ice, and everything in between!  I, for one, will be happy to see the days stretch out longer and warmer as time marches on.  One of the surest signs of spring’s arrival is Town Meeting.  March 14 & 15 are the two days to mark on your calendars to let your voice be heard. 

Newsletter February 2014

News from the Bradford Days Committee

The Bradford Days Committee has been very busy! We have been in contact with many organizations, like the Anah Temple Shriners, The National Guard, and The State Police, to book them for Bradford Days 2014. It’s hard to believe, but it is getting close to the time that we will be looking for donations and volunteers!

Newsletter February 2014

NEWS FROM YOUR LIBRARY

Will this winter ever end?   If you're looking for something to get you through cabin fever time, come check out your Library for some great books—books that can take you to exotic and warm places or how-to books to help you learn a new skill.  We have lots of choices.  Plus we have four public access computers for your use.  These are especially helpful now that tax time is rolling around.

Newsletter February 2014

Sledding

Thanks to a couple volunteers (Todd Lufkin & Dusty Kelley), the Dump Road has been plowed so that everyone can enjoy sledding there this winter. To get there, take the Middle Road:

  • From the East Road it is approximately 2 1/4 miles on the right.
  • From the Lagrange Road it is approximately 1 3/4 on the left.

There is a gate just after you turn onto the road leading to the hill, and it will be open. Enjoy!

Basketball

Newsletter February 2014

The Bradford Fire Department would like to remind everyone that burn permits are required whenever you are doing any open burning, even when there is snow on the ground. Permits are not required for outside cooking fires. If you have questions about needing a permit or not, contact Town Fire Warden Dusty Kelley at 576-0001, Deputy Warden Carlene Oakes at 327-2121 or Deputy Warden Keith Staples at 249-3008. You may also contact the Maine Forest Service at 827-1800. Burn permits can be obtained from any of the town wardens.

Selectmen's Meeting Agenda, Feb 20th @ 6:30pm

THERE WILL BE TWO PUBLIC HEARINGS PRIOR TO THE SELECTMEN'S MEETING.  THE SELECTMEN WILL BEGIN AT 6:00PM WITH A DISCUSSION ON THE WARRANT ARTICLE REGARDING REDUCING THE NUMBER OF SELECTMEN FROM 5 TO 3.  THIS WILL BE FOLLOWED BY THE BUDGET COMMITTEE PRESENTING THE 2014 PROPOSED BUDGET.  THEN THE SELECTMEN'S MEETING WILL BEGIN FOLLOWING THESE TWO PUBLIC HEARINGS, HOPEFULLY AROUND 6:30PM.

 

TOWN OF BRADFORD

BOARD OF SELECTMEN MEETING AGENDA

6:30 PM Thursday, February 20, 2014

 

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