Declaration of Candidacy is available at Town Office for the following positions:
The filing period opens January 23, 2019 and closes February 1, 2019
Town Office business hours: Mon, Tue, Wed, Fri 9-1 am and Thurs 3-7 pm
Special Sign-up Session will be held: Friday, February 1, 2019 from 3:00 pm – 5:00 pm
There will NO Preschool Storytime this Monday, October 29. Instead, we are having a special HALLOWEEN STORYTIME on Wednesday, October 31!
Join Storytime Lady Sianna on Halloween at 4pm for a story, craft project, and candy hunt. Costumes are highly encouraged!
Our preschool storytime program is designed for kids age 0-7, but all are welcome!
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The Friends of the Rollinsford Public Library is hosting the 6th annual Salmon Run 5K and FuRPLe Fun Run on Saturday, Sept. 22.
Check out the course, get more information, and register here.
(Race-day registration will be available.)
Location: The Rollinsford Grade School
Registration opens at 9 am
FuRPLe Fun Run begins at 9:30 am
5K begins at 10 am
Awards (5K Run): U-12, 12-14, 15-19, 20-29, 30-39, 40-49, 50+
Race shirts: Free to the first 100 5K registrants & 25 Fun-Runners!
C&J Bus lines, D.F. Richard Energy, Kennebunk Savings Bank, Linda McGivern, Connected Office Technologies, Egg Clearinghouse, Village Veterinary Clinic, Belletete Dance Studio, Curio Museum, Pawsitve Image Pet Grooming, Semo Electric, Wentworth Greenhouses, Woolley Plumbing and Heating, Paul’s Integrity Auto, North Country Hard Cider, Red Hair, Inc., The Black Bean Cafe, Brandmoore Farm, Mick Construction
Affinity Salon & Spaworks, Anderson Therapeutic, Aroma Joe’s, Belletete Dance Studio, The Black Bean Cafe, Cowlick’s Dairy Bar, Dover Bowl, The Flower Kiosk, Hilltop Fun Center, La Festa, North Country Hard Cider, Puttin’ on the Glitz, Thistle Pig, The Works Health Club
The Town of Rollinsford is accepting applications for a Transfer Station Attendant. Applicant must be able to work 16 hours per week. Current work days are Monday, 2PM to 7PM, Wednesday 7 AM to 12PM, Saturday 8AM to 2PM but change seasonally. Starting rate is $11.00 per hour. Applications available at the Rollinsford Town Hall, 667 Main Street. 742-2510.
ROLLINSFORD – The 8th Annual Meet-the-Candidates Night will be held from 6-7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 6 at the Rollinsford Public Library, Lower Mill, 3 Front St.
This event is an opportunity to meet the candidates for town and school office before the election on Tuesday, March 13, and hear how they’re planning to make an impact on the community.
Candidates for town office include:
• Select Board: Denise Knowles
• Town Moderator: Charles Putnam
• Supervisor of the Checklist: Angela Matthews
• Town Clerk: Kate Nesman
• Town Treasurer: Verne Crosier
• Fire Chief: Mark Rutherford
• Budget Committee (three 3-year positions): Jodi Lavoie-Carnes, Paul Cass, Verne Crosier, Edmund Jansen, Dee Neathawk, Jonathan Ordway
• Trustee of the Trust Funds: Salme Perry
• Trustee of the Library (2): Emily Quirk, Tamara Niedzolkowski
• Trustee of the Cemetery: Marc Couture
Candidates for school office include:
• School District Moderator: Charles Putnam
• School District Treasurer: Judy Barry, Suzanne Mountain
• School District Clerk: Coire T. Jones
• School Board (2 positions): Brent G. Roets, Tom Kunz, Emily Leach
This event is an open house format. Residents are welcome to engage with candidates and ask questions that will inform their decision on voting day. Refreshments will be served. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (603) 516-2665.
The Budget Committee will hold a Public Hearing to discuss the FY2018 Town Budget
on Saturday, February 10th at 9AM at the Rollinsford Grade School.
The Budget Committee will deliberate and vote immediately following the Public Hearing.
Monday, November 13th: Transfer Station and Town Hall are CLOSED
The Select Board will be meeting as scheduled Monday night.
The Library is OPEN from 9-7