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Code Enforcement Officer new hours

Starting Sept 25, 2017 the code enforcement officer/plumbing inspector will keep office hours on M, T, W and F 7am-3pm or by appointment.

Thursday will be 10am-6pm or by appointment.

This is to help contractors and working homeowners alike to meet with me when needed.  Thank you.

Nomination Papers available for Selectmen/Assessor

TOWN OF OXFORD

Nomination Papers are now available for the opening of Selectmen/Assessor in the Town of Oxford for the remainder of one three year term.

Nomination papers need no less than 25 and not more than 100 of Town of Oxford registered voter’s signatures.   Papers are available at the town office and due back to the Municipal clerk by September 21st, 2017.

Special Selectmen’s Board Meeting August 22, 2017 6:30 PM

TOWN OF OXFORD

SPECIAL SELECTMEN’S MEETING

August 22, 2017 @ 6:30 P.M.

_________________________________________________________________

 

  1. CALL TO ORDER – Chairman Scott Owens will preside
  2. FLAG SALUTE
  3. Adjustments to the agenda
  4. November 7th Municipal Election
  5. Approve Warrant #
  6. ADJOURNMENT

Pay Taxes Online!

Online Tax Payments

The Town of Oxford is  participating in the Maine PayPort ePayment Property Tax Service. This 24/7 online service allows payment of current fiscal year real estate and personal property taxes by credit or debit card (Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Discover). The PayPort will not provide you with the amount due, please use your tax bill for all pertinent information.

Please note, Maine PayPort is a third party payment processor and there is a fee to use this service. The fee is a minimum of $1.00 or 2.5%, whichever is greater.

You will need the following information to use the service.

If you are unsure of whether you have the correct information or if you owe previous year(s) taxes please contact the Town Office at (207) 539-4431.

 

Help Wanted – Finance Clerk – Town of Oxford

Finance Clerk – Town of Oxford

The Town of Oxford is seeking applicants for the position of Finance Clerk. This position is responsible for administrative and accounting work in managing town finances and maintaining the computerized record keeping systems. The work involves extensive use of the town’s computer system along with a range of municipal accounting and bookkeeping procedures.  This position requires the ability to work independently. Computer experience with Windows and Microsoft Office is essential. Experience with TRIO software (or similar municipal accounting software) is highly desirable.

Graduation from an accredited two or four year program in accounting (or high school graduation and significant practical experience in accounting practices) is required. This opportunity offers a competitive wage and benefit package. The employment application and complete job description are available at the Town Office and on the town web site at oxfordmaine.org.  Interested individuals should submit a cover letter, resume and a completed employment application to Town Manager at basselin@oxfordmaine.org no later than the close of business on November 3rd, 2017 or mail it to Town of Oxford, PO Box 153, Oxford, ME  04270

The Town of Oxford is an equal opportunity employer.

Finance Clerk Job Description

 

Broadband/Internet Grant Awarded – Calling all to fill out a Survey!

The Northern Forest Center in partnership with Axiom Technologies of Machias and Community Concepts Finance Corporation (CCFC) of S. Paris was awarded a $78,600 grant for broadband internet planning from the ConnectME Authority, Maine’s broadband/Internet state agency.

The grant is targeted to the Maine West region which includes towns and townships in the River Valley, Bethel area and Oxford Hills.

Planning grants support the work needed for developing plans to expand the availability of broadband services in unserved and underserved areas.

One of the first steps in the planning process is surveying Maine West residents and businesses to find out what internet service they have now, how satisfied they are with their service, and what more they would like and need to do what they cannot do now.

We have developed two surveys, one for businesses and one for residents or community members. Here are links to both surveys:  COMMUNITY SURVEY (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mainewestcommunitysurvey) AND BUSINESS / WORKFORCE SURVEY (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/mainewestbuinesssurvey).  The surveys are online in a Survey Monkey format and are easy to fill out.

Please help us with this great project by taking a few minutes of your time to complete the survey!  Thank you!

NOTICE OF SELECTMEN MEETINGS to conduct interviews

NOTICE OF SELECTMEN MEETINGS:

 

The Town of Oxford Selectmen will be meeting at the Oxford Town Office on the following dates and times to conduct interviews:

 

July 6th, 2017 at 5:30 PM

 

July 11th, 2017 at 5:00 PM

 

July 13th, 2017 at 5:00 PM

 

These interviews will be held as Executive Session per M.R.S.A. Section 1 § 405(6) (a) – Personnel Matter and not open to the public.

Public Notice

Town of Oxford would like to inform the town’s residences that there may be a possible selectman’s assembly at Oxford Recreation building located on 223 King Street on June 6th, 2017 from 6:30 to 8:30

Highway Foreman Wanted

HELP WANTED

HIGHWAY FOREMAN

 

The Town of Oxford is accepting applications for the position of Highway Foreman.  The foreman will lead a department of 5 full-time employees along with part-time seasonal personnel.  The Foreman is considered a “working foreman” and must have the ability to operate equipment to include a backhoe, front end loader and grader.  This position requires a Class “B” driver’s license and basic computer skills; Word, Excel and Internet.  Basic mechanical knowledge also highly desired as well as experience with planning major road rebuilding projects.  Previous management and daily work plan experience a must.  Salary DOQ, submit resumes to the Oxford Town Manager, PO Box 153, Oxford, ME 04270 or email to basselin@oxfordmaine.org no later than October 26, 2017.

Roads Posted 02/24/2017

Due to early warm weather the Roads will be posted 02/24/2017.  The frost is coming out and roads are being damaged quickly.  Thank you for your co-operation!

 

Special Holiday Hours Thursday 12/22/16 8:00 – 4:00

 

The Town of Oxford office Special Holiday Hours

Thursday, December 22 from 8:00 am to 4:00 pm

We will be closed Friday, December 23rd thru Monday, December 26th for Christmas

(We will reopen on December 27th)

We will also be closed Monday,  January 2nd, 2016.

Special Town Meeting October 13th, 2016 6:30 PM Oxford Town Hall

WARRANT

SPECIAL TOWN MEETING

October 13, 2016

 

TO:   Rodney Smith, a Resident of the Town of Oxford in the County of Oxford and State of Maine.

Greetings:

 

In the name of the State of Maine, you are hereby required to notify and warn the Inhabitants of the Town of Oxford (the “Town”), in the County of Oxford, qualified to vote in Town affairs to meet at the Oxford Town Office, Selectmen’s Meeting Room, at 85 Pleasant Street in said Town, on October 13, 2016 at 6:30 p.m. then and there to act on the following articles, to wit:

 

Article 1:         To choose a moderator to preside at said meeting.

 

Article 2:         Shall the Town adopt the provisions of 30-A M.R.S.A. § 3441 seq. in order to assess parcels of land which are benefited by Publically Owned Treatment Works (“POTW”).

 

Article 3:         Shall the following vote be adopted:

 

Shall the Town transfer from Reserve Funds under the Fund Balance Policy, Unreserved Fund Balance Policy Funds in the amount of $250,000 and authorize the expenditure of such funds to create a revolving loan fund to pay for installations and connections to Sewer Service Laterals, subject to the following terms: (1) The Board of Selectmen shall be delegated the authority to administer such revolving loan fund program which shall include authorizing the execution of loan agreements or other documentation, and (2) Such loans may include a portion of such loans to be forgiven as an incentive to hook up to the new Waste Water Treatment Facility, and (3) Said revolving loan fund program shall be structured to facilitate the repayment of such $250,000 in funds to the Sewer Department Reserve Funds – Unreserved Fund Balance Policy Account line over a period of ten (10) years by the Sewer Department Budget.

 

Board of Selectmen Recommendation: Yes

 

Article 4:         To see if the Town will vote to amend the “Sewer Use Ordinance, Town of Oxford, Maine” Section 14.6, as follows:

 

Adding Section E: Building Permit Fee for Waste Water Treatment Facility Use.  The building permit fee is based on the number of equivalent (dwelling) users (“EDU”) (also called an equivalent users) any particular use can be anticipated to produce and which will impact the wastewater treatment plant.  An EDU is based on an anticipated load from a single-family home (1.0 EDUs = a single-family residential unit).

 

This fee will be determined by a vote of the Board of Selectmen, and adjusted from time to time, and charged for any connection to the POTW in addition to any regular building permit fees by the code enforcement officer and/or licensed plumbing inspector.

 

Article 5:         To see if the Town will vote to amend the “Sewer Use Ordinance, Town of Oxford, Maine” Section 14.4, by: (1) deleting the strikethrough section below and, (2) replacing it with the underlined language:

 

Delete:

14.4 Sewer Service Charge Rate

In general, sewer service charge rates will be determined on a rate structure based on the following:

  1. Residential User: a base rate sewer charge plus a usage fee based on water consumption
  2. Commercial/Industrial/Governmental: a base rate sewer charge plus a usage fee based on water consumption

 

Amend:

14.4 Sewer Service Charge Rate

 

The Board of Selectmen will set the sewer service charge rate annually, using annual expenses and other revenue as the basis of need for the annual sewer service charge rate.

 

In general, sewer service charge rates will be determined on a rate structure based on the following:

  1. Residential User: a base rate sewer charge times equivalent dwelling units (equivalent users) plus a usage fee based on water consumption.
  2. Commercial/Industrial/Governmental User: a base rate sewer charge times equivalent dwelling units (equivalent users) plus a usage fee based on water consumption.

For users that do not meter water, service charges will be determined by base rate times equivalent dwelling unit (equivalent user) plus 8000 cubic feet times the usage fee.

 

Article 6:         To see if the Town will vote to adopt the following Building Permit Fee Adjustment Schedule as “Appendix A” to the “Sewer Use Ordinance, Town of Oxford, Maine” for use in determining the estimated dwelling units for determination of building permit fees for connecting to Publicly Owned Treatment Works and for calculating quarterly user service charges:

 

APPENDIX A

BUILDING PERMIT FEE ADJUSTMENT

WASTE WATER TREATMENT FACILITY USE

Schedule of Equivalent Users

Type of Establishment Unit Measurement Equivalent Users
Single Family Dwelling Each 1
Additional Dwelling Unit Each 1
High School

Junior High School

Elementary School

15 students

20 students

24 students

1

1

1

Motel, Hotel, B&B 2 rooms 1
Conventional Restaurant:

3 meals/day

2 meals/day

 

6 seats

10 seats

 

1

1

Disposable Utensil Restaurant 12 seats 1
Church

Dining Seats

Assembly Seats

 

30 seats

50 seats

 

1

1

Club 40 members 1
Daycare w/meals 9 children 1
Public Meeting/Assembly Hall

without Food Service

with Food Service

 

50 seats

30 seats

 

1

 

Commercial/Industrial Facility 5 employees 1
Government Facility 5 employees 1
Casino 21 seats 1
Gas Station 1 pump island 2
Theater or Playhouse 40 seats 1
Laundromat 1 machine 2
Cocktail Lounge 10 seats 1
Beauty/Barber Shop 2 sinks 1
Car Wash (w/recycle) 1 bay 1
Hospital or Nursing/Boarding Home 2 beds 1
Store with Public Restroom

Store without Public Restroom

Store with Food Service

Additional for Seating

Each

Each

Each

12 seats

2

1

2

1

Shopping Center 12 employees

75 parking spaces

1

1

Conference Center 21 Seats 1

 

Equivalent User numbers for types of establishments not listed shall be based on establishments with similar functions and/or estimated wastewater production.  Estimated wastewater design flows are listed in the State of Maine Subsurface Wastewater Disposal Rules, 144A CMR 241.

Building permit fee adjustment equals $1,000.00 per user. (*Note: The fee is adjustable by Board of Selectmen as authorized in Article 4 approved at a Special Town Meeting on October 13, 2016.)

Article 7:          To see if the Town will vote to amend the “Sewer Use Ordinance, Town of Oxford, Maine” Section 14.3, by: (1) deleting the strikethrough section below and, (2) replacing it with the underlined language:

 

Delete:

14.3 Billings

Sewer services charges shall be billed quarterly.  An interest charge at the same rate established by the Town’s Legislative Body (Annual Town Meeting) for uncollected taxes will be made on all bills not paid within 120 days after the date of billing.

 

Amend:

14.3 Billings

Sewer services charges shall be billed quarterly.  An interest charge at the same rate established by the Town’s Legislative Body (Annual Town Meeting) for uncollected taxes will be made on all bills not paid within 30 days after the date of billing.

 

Article 8:          To see if the Town will vote to amend the “Sewer use Ordinance, Town of Oxford, Maine” Section 2.1 Use of Public Sewers, D., by adding the following sentence at the end: “The Board of Selectmen shall establish any fees for permit applications and subsequent inspections as required in this ordinance.” And Section 2.2 Building Sewers and Connections, F., by adding the following sentence at the end: “The Board of Selectmen may establish a revolving loan fund or other program regarding these installations and connections.”

The Registrar of Voters will be in session on September 23, 2016, at the time of the meeting to add new names to the voting list or make changes to the voting list.

The Town of Oxford is seeking bids for two new trucks to be used in its Highway Department.

The Town of Oxford is seeking bids for two new trucks to be used in its Highway Department.

All bids must be received no later than October 19, 2016, at 3:00 PM. Bids will be opened at 3:01PM.  Bid specifications may be obtained by visiting www.oxfordmaine.org under the “Latest News” on the home page, or by visiting the oxford Town Office.  Each Bid should be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “Town of Oxford ¾ Ton Truck Bid” and “Town of Oxford 1 Ton Truck Bid”.  Bids should be hand delivered to the Oxford Town Office or mailed to POB 153 Oxford, ME 04270.

The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. 

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The Town of Oxford is seeking bids for two new trucks to be used in its Highway Department.

The Town of Oxford is seeking bids for two new trucks to be used in its Highway Department.

All bids must be received no later than October 19, 2016, at 3:00 PM. Bids will be opened at 3:01PM.  Bid specifications may be obtained by visiting www.oxfordmaine.org under the “Latest News” on the home page, or by visiting the oxford Town Office.  Each Bid should be in a sealed envelope, clearly marked “Town of Oxford ¾ Ton Truck Bid” and “Town of Oxford 1 Ton Truck Bid”.  Bids should be hand delivered to the Oxford Town Office or mailed to POB 153 Oxford, ME 04270.

The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids. 

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Town of Oxford RFP Paving Bid – Allen Hill Road

Town of Oxford

RFP Paving

 

The Town of Oxford is seeking sealed bids for paving the Allen Hill Road.  The job consists of a 20’ X 9000’ section of the road.  A scope of work and bid documents are available at the Oxford Town Office and on the town website at www.oxfordmaine.org.  The deadline for submission of bids is Noon on August 15, 2016.

 

The Town reserves the right to accept or reject any and all bids, in whole or in part.

 Allen Hill Road Bid and specs

 

FREE Chicken Pot Pie Dinner – Donations Excepted!!!

FREE CHICKEN POT PIE DINNER

TO BE HELD AT:

DADDY O’s RESTAURANT

MAIN STREET

OXFORD, ME

JULY 28, 2016

5pm-7pm

DONATIONS RECEIVED WILL BENEFIT

KEEP OXFORD WARM FUND

TOWN OF OXFORD

If anyone would like to assist during this dinner contact

Aaron Ouellette 740-5307

Help Wanted: Assistant Town Clerk – Part Time

Assistant Town Clerk – Part Time

The Town of Oxford (pop. approx. 4,200 and growing) is accepting resumes for the position of part-time Assistant Town Clerk.  This position will provide the first line of customer service to the citizens.  Prior experience in a Town Clerk’s office in the State of Maine and experience with Trio are preferred.  This part-time position will be approximately 24 hours weekly (Monday, Thursday and Friday) with occasional extra hours to cover vacation/sick time.  Job Descriptions are available at the Town Office during regular business hours.

Please forward a letter of interest and resume and/or application by September 16th , 2016 to Elizabeth Olsen, Town Clerk, Town of Oxford, PO Box 153, Oxford, ME  04270 or email to:

eolsen@oxfordmaine.org

The Town of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Equipment Operator Wanted

Help Wanted

See classified page for more information.

Equipment Operator

 

The Town of Oxford (pop. approx. 4,200 and growing) is accepting resumes for the position of Equipment Operator. $14-$17 hourly based on experience. Desirable candidate should have basic equipment maintenance abilities.  A job description for this position is available at the Town Office.

The Town of Oxford offers a full range of benefits including health insurance and a retirement program. Applicants should send cover letter, resume, and references to:

 

Derik Goodine, Town Manager

Town of Oxford

P.O Box 153

Oxford, ME 04270

 

or e-mail Oxfordtwnmgr@roadrunner.com.  Applications/resumes will be accepted until a suitable candidate is found.

 

The Town of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Oxford Fire Rescue Pumper RFP

The Town of Oxford, Maine will receive sealed bids for one (1) New Class A Pumper; Fire Truck, for the Town of Oxford; Fire Rescue Department, until 3:00 p.m. on Tuesday July 5, 2016 at the Town Manager’s Office, P.O. Box 153, 85 Pleasant Street, Oxford, Maine, at which time and place all bids will be publicly opened and read aloud.   Please click on the links below for the invitation to Bid and instructions to bidders.

https://oxfordmaine.org/classifieds/

We are now accepting Debit and Credit Cards!

We are now accepting Debit and Credit cards.  There is a fee to use this service;  a minimum of $1.00 or 2.5%, whichever is greater. 

We are also offering online payment for taxes.

The Town of Oxford is pleased to announce its participation in the Maine PayPort ePayment Property Tax Service. This 24/7 online service allows payment of current fiscal year real estate and personal property taxes by credit card. If you owe previous year(s) taxes, you will be unable to use this service.

Please note, Maine PayPort is a third party payment processor and there is a fee to use of this service. The fee is a minimum of $1.00 or 2.5%, whichever is greater.

You will need the following information to use the service.

If you are unsure of whether you have the correct information or if you owe previous year(s) taxes please contact the Town Office at (207) 539-4431.

Gore Road – Richfield Bridge Open

PROGRESS MEETING MINUTES

 

DATE:  September 9, 2015                DATE OF MEETING: September 9, 2015

 

WIN: 20469.00  STP-2046(900)                                           TOWN: OXFORD

RICHFIELD BRIDGE OVER GREELEY BROOK GORE ROAD

 

ATTENDEES:

 

                        Eric D Rudolph                     MDOT Project Resident

                        Doug Gayne                           MDOT Product Research

                        Mitch Bois                              CPM Constructors

                        Dennis Laprell                       CPM Constructors

                        

 

SUMMARY:

 

 

  1. Review and Approval of Minutes of THE PRECONSTRUCTION  MEETING  

 

 

  1. Review of Work Progress Since LAST PROGRESS MEETING

           

RICHFIELD BRIDGE        –           BRIDGE REPLACEMNET           –           OXFORD

 

  • Mobilized
  • Set out Road closure signs 18 days before closing road
  • Erected the detour plan
  • De-energized the lines through the project
  • Set up MDOT Field Office
  • Cleared trees and bushes to the project limits
  • Installed erosion control measures
  • Removed pavement to the project limits
  • Installing riprap between STA 15+25 → 15+75 RT per the plans
  • Installed upstream sandbag cofferdam and downstream filtration cofferdam
  • Closed road on Thursday, August 20th
  • Removed the 2 culverts
  • Excavated and installed streambed liner riprap and riprap side slopes
  • Received reinforcing steel for Abutments, Approach Slabs, & Curbs
  • Mobilized pile driving equipment
  • Received piles
  • Performed a PDA for Abutment 2
  • Drove Abutment 2 piles to refusal
  • Placed concrete in the Abutment 2 Pile Jackets
  • Began building Abutment 2 forms and tying re-steel
  • Began driving piles at Abutment 1

 

 

Next meeting will be held on Wednesday   September 23, 2015     at 11:00 AM. At the MDOT Field Office located in front of the Greeley Brook Daycare (274 Gore Rd, Oxford, ME 04270). Please keep in mind that there is a detour. To get to the office you need to be on the Rt. 117 side of Gore Rd.

 

 

  1. Review of Work Planned Before Next Meeting

 

RICHFIELD BRIDGE        –           BRIDGE REPLACEMNET           –           OXFORD

 

  • Perform a PDA on Abutment 1
  • Drive piles at Abutment 1 to refusal
  • Continue to build forms and tie re-steel at abutment 2
  • Place concrete at Abutment 2
  • Build forms and tie reinforcing steel at Abutment 1
  • Place concrete at Abutment 1
  • Backfilling Abutment 2
  • Install French Drain at Abutment 2
  • Form and place approach slab at abutment 2

 

 

  1. Schedule of Work Status

 

The Contractor will submit an updated schedule.

 

  1. Review of Status of Submittals and Long Lead Items

 

Project Submittals/Working Drawings

 

Project Submittals/Working Drawings Status/Comments

 

Emergency Contacts SUBMITTED

 

Schedule of Work SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

 

Soil Erosion and Water Pollution Control Plan (SEWPCP) SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

06/23/2015

Spill Prevention and Countermeasure Control Plan (SPCCP) SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

06/23/2015

Traffic Control Plan SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

06/25/2015

Concrete QC Plan SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

08/26/2015

Concrete Mix Designs SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

08/26/2015

 

Contractor on site Safety Plan

 

SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

07/06/2015

ASC –Gravel SUBMITTED AND REJECTED WAITING FOR RESUBMITTAL

 

Granular Borrow  ( On Site ) SUBMITTED. WAITING FOR APPROVAL

 

 

WEAP Analysis for Pile Driving

SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

07/06/2015

Plain Rip Rap SUBMITTED AND VISUALLY  APPROVED

08/17/2015

Waste Area Permits Waiting for Submittal
Elastomeric Bearings SUBMITTED AND APPROVED

07/23/2015

Cofferdams Abutments  #  1  & #  2 INCLUDED IN EROSION CONTROL PLAN.
Paving QC Plan Waiting for Submittal

 

Erosion Control mix Waiting for Submittal

 

Loam Waiting for Submittal

 

Bridge Demolition Plan Waiting for Submittal

 

 

 

 

  1. Environmental ISSUES – Contractor has an Approved Erosion Control Plan.   

 

The Contractor has followed the erosion control plan and has added Additional Erosion Control Measures as needed.  The Contractor will keep a daily erosion control log.

 

 

  1. Traffic Issues – Contractor has an Approved Traffic Control Plan.

                                     

NONE.

 

 

  1. Field Observations – 

 

NONE.

                                              

 

  1. Contract Modifications and Invoice Issues.

 

                        The estimate has been generated and is current.

 

  • Contract Modifications to be done :

 

Need to generate Contract Modification the High Performance Waterproofing Membrane change to a Spray-on.

 

 

  1. request for INFORMATION; correspondence  –    

 

            NONE.

 

 

  1. PROBLEMS, CONFLICTS, AND PROBLEM RESOLUTIONS

No Outstanding/PENDING claims between the MDOT and The Contractor CPM Constructors 

 

  1. PROBLEMS CONFLICTS AND PROBLEM RESOLUTIONS FROM LAND OWNERS ON THE PROJECT.  

 

NONE.

 

  1. SUBCONTRACTOR ISSUES

 

NONE.

 

  1. ENGINEERING QUESTIONS AND ISSUES

 

There was a discussion on spray on membrane. The following questions were asked and will be answered:

  • Can traffic drive directly on the Spray-On Membrane?
  • If so, for how long?

 

 

  1. Review of Future Action Items – Priorities!!!

 

  • The Contractor has requested permission to work on Sundays within the road closure. There are 25 more days allowed on the road closure and CPM would like to utilize the 4 Sunday’s which fall between now and the re-opening.
  • The Contractor has submitted a request for time due ot the following: When laying out piles for Abutment 2 the contractor noticed that the overhead utility lines fall directly above the northern-most pile on both abutments. This caused them to lose progress starting Thursday, August 27th at 4:00 PM and continuing work Monday, August 31st once the utilities were all moved.

 

 

 

  1. PROJECT SAFETY ISSUES

                                                                                      

NONE.              

 

  1. UTILITIES  –            

 

See Section 15 – Review of Future action Items Subsection ii.

 

 

  1. CIVIL RIGHTS ISSUES –    

The Contractor has set up the Jobsite bulletin board with the required jobsite posters.

 

Any authorized persons who take exception to any statement in these minutes must notify the Resident in writing within seven days from receipt of the minutes, stating in detail the comment, correction or omission.  Otherwise, these minutes shall stand as written.

 

Prepared By:  ________________________

Eric D. Rudolph

Maine Department of Transportation

Gore Road Bridge Replacement

Eric.D.Rudolph@Maine.Gov

(207) 215-3724

 

 

 

cc:        Eric Shepherd                         MDOT Bridge Program

Devin Anderson                      MDOT Bridge Program

Rich Myers                              MDOT Bridge Program

Eric D Rudolph                       MDOT Bridge Program

Craig Hurd                              MDOT Bridge Program

Guy Whittington                     MDOT Contracts

Michael Clark                          MDOT Environmental

Joel Kittredge                         MDOT Bridge Program

Jerry Quirion                           MDOT Bridge Program

Mike Peterson                         MDOT Testing

Kevin Dill                               MDOT Testing

Roger Sproul                           MDOT  ROW

Gigi Ottmann-Deeves             MDOT EEO

Sherry Tompkins                     MDOT EEO

MDOT  Fabrication Engineer

Michael Redmond                  MDOT Bridge Program

Doug Gayne                            MDOT Product Evaluation Coordinator

Ted Talbot                               MDOT Office of Communications

Kyle Hall                                 Division office

Dana Hanks                            MDOT Traffic

Mitch Bois                              CPM Constructors

Peter Krakoff                          CPM Constructors

Dennis Laprell                         CPM Constructors

Stephen Estes                          P.Y. Estes

Bill Wolford                            Sealcoating

Michael Chammings               Town of Oxford

Cindy Richardson                   MDOT Bridge Program

Project file

 

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Town Office Hours
Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday
8:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Thursday
10:00 AM to 7:00 PM

Contact Information
P.O. Box 153
Oxford, Maine 04270
Phone: 207-539-4431
Fax: 207-539-4228
Our office will be closed on the following days

Monday, 01/01/2018 New Year’s Day
Monday, 01/15/2018 Martin Luther King Day
Monday, 02/19/2018 President’s Day
Monday, 04/16/2018 Patriot’s Day
Monday, 05/28/2018 Memorial Day
Wednesday, 07/04/2018 Independence Day
Monday, 09/03/2018 Labor Day
Monday, 10/08/2018 Columbus Day
Monday, 11/12/2018 Veteran’s Day
Thursday, 11/22/2018 Thanksgiving
Friday, 11/23/2018 Thanksgiving
Monday, 12/24/2018 Christmas
Tuesday, 12/25/2018 Christmas
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Employment Opportunities

Town Ordinances

Request For Proposal

Board of Selectmen Agendas and Minutes