There will be an Informational Meeting held by the Thomaston Select Board on Monday, October 1, 2018 at 6 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room at the former Lura Libby School, 13 Valley Street, Thomaston, Maine, to present the proposal for the Municipal Facility Project at Lura Libby. This project is for the relocation of the Town Offices, Recreation Department, Food Pantry, and the Police Department at a cost of $1,092,059.
Public Hearings are to follow the Informational Meeting at 7 p.m. to discuss articles on the referendum ballot.
Both the Informational Meeting and Public Hearings are in in preparation for the Municipal Referendum Ballot vote to coincide with the State of Maine General Referendum Election on Tuesday, November 6, 2018. Polls will be open from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. at the American Legion Hall, 10 Watts Lane, Thomaston, Maine.
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Thomaston Police Department
Reserve Officer Job Posting
The Thomaston Police Department, serving a growing community in the Mid-Coast region, is seeking candidates for three immediate reserve officer positions.
All of these positions would potentially involve working part-time in a patrol officer role. Thomaston Police Department is looking for two of these positions to be available to work a full-time schedule from January 2019 to Mid-June 2019.
Certification as a reserve or fully certified officer in Maine, or the ability to transfer an out of state certification is a minimum requirement. The pay rate for these positions is $16.11 per hour for part-time certified officers and $19.67 for full-time certified academy graduates. Applicants may expect an interview process, physical fitness and medical test, a background investigation and polygraph and psychological examinations.
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