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Public Hearing - Remote Participation Policy for the BAR

Notice of Public Hearing

Town of Raymond

Board of Assessment Review

The Raymond Board of Assessment Review will hold a public hearing on May 26, 2022, at 6:00pm in the Broadcast Studio (423 Webbs Mills Rd, Raymond ME 04071) regarding the adoption of a Remote Participation Policy which would allow the board to hold meetings remotely if needed.

Remote Participation Policy

 

Annual Town Meeting Warrant Posting

The Annual Town Meeting Warrant will be voted via secret ballot at the polls on June 14, 2022 at the Jordan Small Middle School gym from 7am to 8pm.

Municipal Warrant

Municipal Warrant Addendum

RSU #14 Warrant

Candidates (sample ballot will be available later)

  • Select Board - 2 seats for 3 year terms - Rolf Olsen, Teresa Sadak
  • Budget-Finance Committee - 3 seats for 3 year terms - Deanna Lee, Karen Lockwood
  • RSU #14 Board of Directors - 1 seat for 3 year term - Charlotte Jewell
  • RSU #14 Board of Directors - 1 seat for 1 year term - Jodi Carroll

Sample Ballots:

  • State Primary - Dem - Rep (there are no Green Independent, nor Libertarian candidates running for seats representing Raymond)
  • Municipal Offices - Candidates
  • Annual Town Meeting Warrant Ballot - Warrant
  • RSU #14 Sample Ballot

Volunteer Opportunity - Comprehensive Plan Committee

Shape the Future of Raymond

The Town of Raymond needs your help!  We are currently seeking volunteers for the Comprehensive Plan Committee.   The current Comprehensive Plan was adopted in 2004 and it is time for a new plan.

A comprehensive plan sets forth a vision and goals for the town’s future.  It is a long-term guide that establishes direction on policies, ordinances, community growth, economic development, and an overall foundation for land use regulation within the town.    

Raymond has changed significantly since 2004 and topics such as health and hazard mitigation, housing, community resilience and sustainability are among many new areas of importance.  Having a wide range of voices is essential to the comprehensive planning process.   We need citizen volunteers in order to create a plan that fairly represents and benefits our entire community.

TAKE THIS IMPORTANT OPPORTUNITY TO CONTRIBUTE TO YOUR COMMUNITY’S FUTURE QUALITY OF LIFE!

If you are interested in joining the Comprehensive Plan Committee, please fill out the Volunteer Application.   Applications can be emailed to sue.look@raymondmaine.org .  They can also be dropped off in person or mailed to the Town Office at 401 Webbs Mills Rd, Raymond, ME 04071

2004 Comprehensive Plan

Volunteer Opportunity: Zoning Board of Appeals

The Town of Raymond is seeking a volunteer to be a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals (ZBA).

 

The ZBA hears appeals of decisions by Raymond's Code Enforcement Officer regarding Raymond's Land Use and Shoreland Ordinances. To volunteer on this board you must be at least 18 years of age and reside in Raymond

 

Meetings are held as needed at 7:00 pm the last Tuesday of the month via ZOOM (for the duration of the health emergency) and are streamed live and

broadcast for public attendance.  Every ZBA meeting is also a public meeting, :i.e.  the public will be given the opportunity to express their concerns and comment on the merits of the application.

 

Site walks are held on Saturday morning, 9 days before the meeting.

 

Meetings typically last about an hour and only meet on an as-needed basis. No experience is necessary, just an interest in the well-being of the community.

 

For an application click HERE or call 655-4742 ext 134 and speak to Sandy for more information.