Vassalboro selectmen meet at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 1, in person at Vassalboro Community School gymnasium. Major items on their agenda include:
- Continued discussion of renovations at the transfer station, and the impact, if any on the selectmen’s proposed 2021-22 budget;
- Review of bids for installing a new boiler at the North Vassalboro fire station and perhaps a bid award;
- Review of bids on the old fire truck the town is selling and perhaps a decision;
- Review and signing of the Town Manager’s contract for fiscal years 2021 through 2024; and
- If new information is available, an update from board Chairman John Melrose on negotiations for a land swap with Kennebec Water District.
The Vassalboro Budget Committee will meet immediately after the Selectboard adjourns, also in person in the gymnasium.
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