Please help us in welcoming new Town Clerk Sue Look to the Town Office Staff.
Sue has been married to her husband Al for 33 years and they have two married daughters and two grandchildren. She was the Town Clerk in West Bath from 2004 to 2008 and managed the Central Voter Registration (CVR) for the Division of Elections for 5 years. She enjoys sea kayaking, gardening, baking, and all sorts of old-fashioned hand crafts. Her dad grew up in New Gloucester and she has an uncle in Raymond and another in Windham, so is familiar with this area and looks forward to getting to know the area and residents better as she settles into her new position.
The Town of Raymond and Raymond Public Safety Department have compiled a firework safety brochure (PDF Version). Hardcopies will be available at the Town Office, Public Safety Building and various real estate and shopping/dining locations around town!
Citizens seeking to burn brush, wood debris or agricultural fields now have the option to obtain their open burning permits electronically. The Maine Department of Agriculture, Conservation and Forestry’s Bureau of Forestry announced that it has expanded the online burn permit system statewide. Traditional hand-written burn permits are still available, but the online system allows permits to be acquired 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, providing that the fire danger is not high.
The Town of Raymond is seeking one member to serve on the Planning Board, which meets the second Wednesday of the month as needed.
As well as an alternate to serve on the Zoning Board of Appeals, which meets on the last Monday of the month as needed.
Please contact Sue Look, Town Clerk, at 655-4742 x 121 for more information or to apply.
The bus service operates five days a week serving the Rte. 302 corridor from Naples to Portland. The list of bus stops, a map and schedule are below. Bus service will be provided in two shifts, from 6:00 a.m. to 11:45 and 3:00 p.m. to 8:20 p.m. RTP will be using a 22 passenger diesel-hybrid bus for the route. The bus provides wheel chair accessibility and has a bike rack. See RTP website for additional current information, including updated schedules, fares, and stops.
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(PDF Version Available HERE)
(Information as of 07-17-2014)
Central Maine Power, a subsidiary of Iberdrola USA, will perform tree trimming work in 16 communities in Southern Maine over the coming weeks. The work along utility lines is part of a $25 million annual vegetation management program to improve the reliability of its transmission and distribution lines.