Raymond Board of Selectmen News

Raymond Selectmen’s Meeting Public Hearings Draw No Comments

Raymond Selectmen Expect Two Percent Reduction in Municipal Taxes

Raymond Select Board Approves Accepting Absentee Ballot Grant

Raymond Selectmen Hear the Importance of Absentee Ballots

Raymond Selectmen Vote Down Dumpster Fees

Raymond Selectmen Heard Updates on Town Opening Phase 3

Raymond Selectmen and School Board Discuss Tax Mitigation Strategy

Raymond Selectmen Approve Accepting GOEFRR Grant

Raymond Selectmen Hear Town Reopening Plan and Cancel Two Parades

Raymond Selectmen's Emergency Public Health Regulation Addresses Campground Opening

Raymond Selectmen Delay Decision on Campground Until Thursday

Despite Pandemic Financial Impact, Raymond Should Be Alright

Five Year Transfer Station Agreement Requires Resident Permits

Raymond Selectmen Approve Amended Comcast Agreement

Raymond Municipal Tax Rate Reduced by Thirteen Cents Per Thousand

Raymond Selectmen Continue Discussing Pay As You Throw Program

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Raymond Selectmen Move Ahead with Epping Street Property Cleanup

Residents Express Frustration Over Dumpster Ordinance

Raymond’s Draft Budget Numbers Presented to Selectmen

Shaw’s Abatement Agreement Saves Town Money

Correction Made to Expected Tax Reduction

Raymond Selectmen Reject Shaw’s Abatement Request

Private Road Residents Hear Fees For Road Maintenance

New Citizen Work Group Proposed for 20 Year Plan

Town Manager Joe Ilsley Reviewed Fixed Budget Expenses

Threats, Claims of Past Town Action Aired at Raymond Private Road Hearing

Raymond Selectmen OK Release of Capital Reserve Money to Repair Lane Road Culverts

Raymond Selectmen Face Hard Decisions on Culverts, Private Roads

Raymond Selectmen Deny Granite Meadows Abatement Request

Raymond Seeks to Create Enforceable Dumpster Ordinance

Raymond Group to Plan Infrastructure Improvements for Next 10 to 20 Years

Selectmen Hear Tax Repayment Plan, Property Clean-Up Working Well

Raymond Selectmen Will Not Pursue Legal Action Against Zoning Board

Selectmen Note Tax Decrease, New Procedures for Garbage Collection

Raymond Saves Money on Loan for New Wells

Raymond Selectmen Award Bid for Tax-Deeded Property

Selectmen Send Message to Zoning Board to Rehear Peloquin Request

Complaints Over Zoning Board Action to be Explored

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Portion of Unexpended Fund Balance to Cover Two Warrant Articles

Raymond Board of Selectmen Hears Complaint About ZBA

Trash Removal, Social Services, Contingency Fund on Town Warrant

Raymond on Path to Get Town-Owned Properties Back on Tax Rolls

Expected Raymond Town Budget Shows 1.4 Percent Increase

Proposed Budget’s Fixed Costs Presented to Raymond Selectmen

Mosquito Carrying West Nile Virus Found in Raymond

Scribner Road Access Agreement Considered Legal by State

Longstanding Issues Occupy New Raymond Town Manager

Raymond Selectmen Approve Fraud Policy

Raymond Welcomes New Town Manager, Nuisance Ordinance Defeated

Proposed Nuisance Ordinance Draws Opposing Responses in Raymond

Decision Expected May 21 on Raymond Blight Ordinance

Raymond Working its Way Out of Financial Department Problems

Raymond Selectmen Prepare for Town Manager Interviews

Raymond Selectmen Delay Town Manager Selection Process by One Week

Raymond Selectmen to Examine Cost of Meeting Right-to-Know Requests

Mike Labell to Lead Raymond Police Department, Water Budget Error Noted

By State Statute, Selectmen to Hire New Town Manager

Liberty Utilities Presents Gas Pipeline Proposal to Raymond Selectmen

Raymond Selectman Chair Offers Information About Defamation, Slander

Raymond Selectmen Receive Committee-Approved Budget

Raymond Police Officials Explain Contract Details

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Default Budget Proposal Goes to Raymond Budget Committee

Raymond Selectmen Review Warrants, Proposed Ethics Code Change

Amended Proposed Town Budget Comes in at 1.35 Percent Increase

Proposed Raymond Town Budget Up 1.41 Percent Over Current Default

Selectmen Reject Emergency Lane Plan, Hear Proposed Budget

Raymond Resident Seeks Help with Drainage into Governors Lake

Three Private Roads in Raymond May Be Designated Emergency Lanes

Raymond Police, Public Works Budget Proposals Come In

Raymond Hires Finance Director, Permanent Fire Chief

School Board, Selectmen to Work Together on Survey for Elementary School Conversion

Raymond to Update Time Card, Payroll Documents and Policies

Raymond Selectmen Continue Review of Proposed Town Budget

Raymond Selectmen Get First Look at 2018 Budget

Town-Wide Survey for Facility Bonds to be Pursued

Geology Leads to Cost Overrun for Onway Lake Bridge Project

At Joint BOS, School Board Meeting, School Board Seeks Building Recommendation From Shared Resources Committee

Bids Come In for Raymond Water Storage Facilities Study

Raymond to Look at ‘No Thru Truck’ Regulations Downtown

Questions Raised over Raymond Fire Warden, Emergency Management Posts

Selectmen: Decision Due Aug. 15 on Leisure Village Tax Abatement

Town Plans to Produce Monthly Newsletter, Onway Lake Road Completion Expected by end of July

Pay As You Throw Bag Cost to Rise July 1st

Public Hearing Planned on Trash Costs

Raymond Board of Selectmen Hear About Police Detail Fund

‘Raymond Rapid Response Team’ to Promote Business Development

Raymond Selectmen, School Board to Work Together on Prioritizing Town Needs 4-12-17

Board of Selectmen Meetings 3-20-17 and 3-27-17



































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Gratitude makes sense of our past, brings peace for today, and creates a vision for tomorrow.

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