From the Selectmen

After presenting ideas and discussing drafts at public meetings in November and March, the Select Board has decided to submit a proposal to the Town Meeting to create new part-time positions and adjust salaries for Town officials.

Please familiarize yourself with the Proposal for New Positions and Salary Adjustments before the Town Meeting on June 14. If you have any questions, please email or call Bill Savedoff (

Update on the town reevaluation as of February 10: nearly all homes (98%) have been measured and listed. Sketches of all homes have been entered. Photos have been linked to records for homes listed. And 50% of homes listed have building data entered in computer system. Please feel free to contact a member of the Select Board if you have questions or concerns.

Here is an explanation of the town real estate revaluation.

Click for the next Selectmen's meeting date and other town events.

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‚Äč‚ÄčPatten Free Library‚Äôs Teen Library Council is partnering with the Brunswick-based conservation organization Manomet to launch an environmental poster contest focusing on sustainability. Any student in grades seven through twelve residing in the library service area or attending schools in R.S.U. 1 may participate. The Council will accept submissions through Friday, June 1.

On Tuesday, May 22, Patten Free Library will host an information session for local high school students and their families about the college search, selection, and application process. The session is free, open to the public, and will begin at 6:00 p.m. in the library’s second floor community room. No pre-registration is required.

A group of book lovers from Patten Free Library's Teen Library Council is launching a summer book group for middle schoolers (grades 6-8). The group will meet on the third Wednesday in June, July, and August from 5:00 to 5:45 p.m. in the Community Room.

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