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Superintendent of Schools
I would like to ask your participation at one of the
Community Budget Forum meetings convenient to
you. All forum dates are listed below. During these meetings, you will gain a perspective of the budget process, prior budgets and projections as we move forward. This is also your opportunity to share with me your perspectives on the budget that will be developed for implementation in July of 2014. I will provide a brief presentation and then there will be an activity that will allow you to share your thoughts on budget priorities and areas we might look at to create efficiencies. I am committed to giving the community an active voice in the district and this is one way to have a voice in the school district budget. I look forward to meeting you a t the budget forum and gaining insight from you. All Budget Forums begin at 7:00 p.m. at the Transportation Building located at 715 Bonny Eagle Road, Standish Maine.
Thursday, May 15, 2014
Maine 211 - GET CONNECTED. GET ANSWERS! United Ways of Maine, in collaboration with Ingraham, have established 2-1-1 Maine, Inc. as an efficient and effective response to the growing complexities and needs in health, social economic and human services.
2-1-1 Maine is part of a national movement to centralize and streamline access to health and human service information and resources. The first 2-1-1 Call Center was initiated by United Way of Metropolitan Atlanta in 1997. Connecticut followed with a statewide system in 1998. In July 2000, the Federal Communications Commission approved 2-1-1 nationally for health and human services information and referral.
FREE OR LOW COST MEDICINES
Patients must tell their doctors if they can't afford their medicines.
Many prescription assistance options exist for free or low-cost prescription drugs.
These include drug manufacture and generic patient assistant programs, co-pay foundations, low cost retail medications and state and federal programs.
For more information call
Skip Stewart-Dore H.D. Goodall Hospital
Click here to register vehicles and trailers ONLINE through the state of Maine RAPID RENEWAL SYSTEM!
Click here to view the
TRASH PICK UP SCHEDULE
(posted July 2012)
Click here to Renew your Sporting Licenses ONLINE.
This includes; boating, ATV, & Fishing.
Property Tax Assessment ONLINE DATA BASE
For current property information, including ownership data, exemptions, photos, sales information, and more.
Quick link to Online TAX Maps
Click Here to view the 2012 Town of Hollis Annual Report
A Reminder - Town Hall closed if RSU/SAD 6 closed.
Town of Hollis
Snow Plow Tips....
It is that time of year when snow plows are on the roads again. Below you will find some tips that might help you through the long winter.
Do not shovel, snow blow or have your driveway plowed into or across the road. This is prohibited by law and can cause a serious traffic hazard. If possible, it is best to place snow on the side of your driveway opposite the direction from which the plow is coming. That way, the plow will carry snow away from your driveway rather than back into it.
If possible, wait until the highway has been plowed before cleaning out the end of your driveway.
There is no practical way to plow the highway without depositing snow into your driveway. Please understand the Town cannot go back and shovel or plow out the end of any private driveway.
Help reduce the possibility of a broken mailbox post. All plow
operators are urged to take precautions to avoid hitting mailbox posts. However, experience has shown that with reduced visibility during a storm it is not always possible for a driver to see a post in time to avoid striking it with the wing of the plow. Any installation within the highway right-of-way, including a mailbox, is placed there at the owner's risk. Therefore, owners are encouraged to put mailboxes at the maximum usable distance back from the roadway pavement and we recommend a 42" mounting height with reflectors on the post. Posts should also be checked for deterioration such as rot to reduce the possibility of their being broken off simply by the weight of plowed snow. The Town is not responsible for replacing your mailbox.
Below you will find a sketch showing how your driveway can be initially cleared to reduce the possibility that after the plow passes you will be snow bound again. We suggest that you clear your driveway in the manner suggested in the sketch. If you will shovel snow in the direction of traffic, and make a pocket next to your driveway as shown, snow accumulation on the plow will drop into that pocket and only a bare minimum will go into the driveway opening.
Attention Hollis Residents
On Wednesday, March 19, 2014
the Tax Collector’s Office,
Motor Vehicle Registry Office,
and Treasurer’s Office
will not open until 4:30 PM.
Click here for a copy of the proposed ordinance
TOWN OF HOLLIS
34 Town Farm Road
Hollis ME 04042
The Hollis Planning Board will be holding a public hearing for public input and comments on Wednesday,
March 12, 2014, at 7:00 PM at the Hollis Community Building located at 35 Town Farm Road in Hollis ME
for the following:
Proposed Auxiliary Dwelling Unit Ordinance for the Town of Hollis
Click here for a copy of the proposed ordinance.
David Goodwin, Chairman
Hollis Planning Board
A third party processing fee of 2.5% (minimum fee of $1.00) will be charged on all credit and debit card transactions conducted at the Town Offices.
New Vital Records Law - A new law preventing fraudulent use of vital records is now in effect. Vital records include birth certificates, fetal death and death certificates, marriage certificates, and domestic partner registrations. Maine's new law will require a person requesting a copy of records less than 100 years old to provide documentation establishing their direct and legitimate interest in the records. Click here for the paperwork Click Here for the Paperwork
Hollis Clothing Closet
Click here for Hours and other info
We are seeking donations to assist with establishing a Community Clothing Closet. Our goals are to provide a place in the community for people to donate and receive assistance to get through these tough economic times. This service will be provided in a place provided by the Town of Hollis but not run by the town. It will be run solely by volunteers in the community.
Public Notice - Effective January 1, 2012 residents of the Town of Hollis will no longer be able to utilize the Waterboro Transfer Station. For more information, please Click here. (publicnoticetransferstation.pdf)