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The Town of Raymond is seeking a full time Mechanic to join our Public Works Department. The position is responsible for the maintenance, diagnosis and repair of all Town Public Works vehicles and equipment including heavy and light trailers, heavy construction equipment and fire apparatus. The selected candidate will work under the supervision of the Public Works Director.     Full Ad     Job Description

 

Applications are available HERE or at the Raymond Town Office, 401 Webbs Mills Road, Raymond, Maine 04071.  

 

Cover letter, application and resume should be sent to:

 

         Rita Theriault

         Human Resource Officer

Town of Raymond
401 Webbs Mills Road
Raymond, Maine 04071

Application deadline is Tuesday, July 3, 2018 by 4:00 PM.

 

The Town of Raymond is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

The Raymond Fire Department has just undergone our ISO Insurance Services Office rating review. The ISO is “the leading supplier of data analytics for the property/casualty insurance industry” These ratings are used by insurance companies to calculate premiums for residential and commercial structures.


We are proud to announce that we have been re classified to the improved rating of 4/4Y. This is an improvement from our previous rating of 5/8B, including an entire class drop in the hydrant district of our community.


The ratings system is from 1-10 with one being the best, and ten does not meet the minimum rating criteria for recognition. The Department is rated on four major categories including Needed Fire Flow, Communications, Water Supply, and the Fire Department including equipment, staffing, training, distribution of suppression assets, and community risk reduction programs. 


Check with your insurance company and see if any rate changes, which may apply to your fire insurance because of this rating. We are proud to provide improved ratings; the new rating is a reflection of our dedication to provide the best possible services within the scope of our budget.

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Also, if your interested, the Raymond Fire & Rescue Department has just launched a promotional video on Facebook encouraging citizens to join their department. Click HERE for a link. 

 

Any residents that are having trouble this time of year with the effects of the extreme cold, whether it be frozen/burst pipes, reduced or no access to heating fuel are encouraged to use 211 Maine as a resource. 211 is a free, confidential information and referral service that connects people of all ages across Maine to local services and is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

 

You can call, text, email or search their website.

 

They are available to discuss options, programs and services that can help with heating and utility assistance. Along with financial assistance, health care, mental health, domestic violence and addiction treatment. 

 

The Boston Post Cane tradition was established in 1909 by the Boston Post newspaper. A special cane was presented to the Board of SeIectmen in 431 towns in New England, to be presented as an honor to each town's oldest resident. The recipient held the honor as long as he/she lived. Upon his or her death the cane would be awarded to the next oldest resident.

 

The cane would belong to the town and not the resident who received it in order to provide for the preservation and public awareness of the tradition and protection of the cane from loss or damage.

 

The cane is ebony with a 14 carat gold head inscribed thus:

 

Presented by

THE BOSTON POST

to the

OLDEST CITIZEN

of

Raymond, Maine

to be transmitted

 

Today the cane remains in the Town Hall for its protection and the recipients receive a Certificate of Recognition.

 

 

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