October 13, 2017

Raymond Board of Selectmen Meeting update by Lorraine Glowczak

Scott Dvorak
The Raymond Board of Selectmen met on Tuesday, October 10 at 6:30 p.m. at 401 Webbs Mills Road in Raymond, as part of their regularly scheduled meeting.

The meeting began with the appointment and welcoming of the new Town of Raymond Code
Enforcement Officer, Scott Dvorak of Bridgton. Dvorak’s appointment start date will begin on Tuesday, October 24. He comes to his new position with over 30 years of construction experience, as well as three and a half years’ experience in his role as Assistant Code Enforcement officer with the Town of Gorham.

A discussion and update on various educational programs and building repairs were provided by the RSU#14 Board of Directors. The discussion also included the new bus garage referendum question that will be voted on in Windham on November 7. Concerns were expressed by the Board of Selectman regarding the increased costs that will occur if the referendum is passed. 

Allison Griffin, Director of the Raymond Village Library provided financial and program updates that included child and adult programming as well as community partnerships and fundraising endeavors.

A unanimous vote was taken to appoint and confirm Suzanne M. Carr as the Warden for the November 7, 2017, Referendum Election.

For more information on this meeting contact the Town of Raymond at 207-655-4742.

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