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Town of Dexter Departmental Budget Meetings –  Budget Schedule 2016-2017 

TOWN OF DEXTER SUMMER CAMP COUNSELOR OPPORTUNITY –
Due to a generous gift from the Bill and Joan Alfond Foundation the Town of Dexter will host a summer camp which creates four (4) job opportunities for area youth.  Applicants must be between the ages of 16 and 25; live in towns of SAD #46; and they must be available the entire month of July.
All interested applicants may obtain an application from the Recreation Director at 10 Hall Street, the Town Office at 23 Main Street {during normal business hours}, or print out here. TOWN OF DEXTER CAMP COUNSELOR APPLICATION  All applications must be received at the town office by 4:00 PM on Tuesday, May 10, 2016. The Town of Dexter is an equal opportunity employer.

FOR SALE BY BID –

The Town of Dexter is selling the following equipment by sealed bid.
1. 2008 Columbia Mower 1D248G20233
2. 1995 John Deere Mower Model 325 M00325B011767
3. 2005 John Deere Z-Trak Mower (with no motor) Model 717A
4. 2010 John Deere Mower Model LA105 GXA105A347036

This equipment is available for inspection at the Town of Dexter Highway Garage by calling 207-270-0207. Sealed bids must be received by Wednesday, May 11, 2016 at 4:00 PM and addressed to:

Town of Dexter Equipment Bid
23 Main Street
Dexter, Maine 04930.
The Town of Dexter reserves the right to accept/reject any or all bids.

Invitation to Bid  On Airport Improvements
To Include: “Rehabilitate Runway 16-34 (Approx. 3,000’ x 75’)” at the Dexter Regional Airport, Dexter Maine.”

PRESENTATION OF THE BOSTON POST CANE

Dexter_Post_CaneRussell B. Titus was born on October 4, 1918 in Costigan, Maine the son of Eugene and Grace Titus. Russ graduated from Brewer High School in 1937. After graduation he enrolled in the Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) and the National Youth Administration (NYA). He moved to Dexter in 1939 to work at Fay and Scott and met and married Martha Nadeau on February 22, 1941. They had three children. Russ was drafted into the Navy on August 1, 1944 and sailed in the Pacific on the USS Barnwell. He was discharged on January 29, 1946. Russ continued to work at Fay and Scott and retired after working there for 40 years. Russ continues to be an active member of the Knights of Columbus, the VFW, and the American Legion.
Left to Right – Town Manager Shelley L. Watson, Town Council Chairman Mike Blake and Recipient Russ Titus.

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