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From the St George Animal Control Officer

Link to Facebook post (you don't need an account.)  Hello St George residents, My name is Ralph Demmons ( pictured with my grandson Maverick). I am the Animal Control Officer for St. George and So. Thomaston. I started this role in March of 2020 and wanted to introduce myself. I took over the role from my retiring uncle Bill Demmons. I live on Spruce Head Rd in So. Thomaston. I’m a member of So. Thomaston Fire as well as So. Thomaston Ambulance as a driver. Last year I responded to nearly 50 calls in St George. From stray dogs and cats to loose pigs and cattle. This year has started out quite busy and the cooperation from pet owners, as well as complainants has been remarkable. Thank you. Please keep in mind the ACO is responsible for domesticated pets and livestock. I also assist with relocating trapped animals such as skunks and raccoons. Fox, coyotes, deceased deer, etc. are issues that can be relayed to a local Game Warden. Also, I've had se

St George MSU weekly newsletter

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Search for new Town Manager - input sought at public meeting 3/11 at 7pm

Town  Announcement          PUBLIC MEETING We are looking for input from community members to use in our search for a new  Town  Manager. A public meeting will be held Thursday, March 11 at 7 PM. This will be a Zoom meeting, so if you would like to attend, please send an email with your name and physical address to: t.elwell@stgeorgemaine.com We look forward to hearing your ideas!    

Keep up to date with vaccination information

 This information was compiled by Beckie Delaney, Co-Director at the Jackson Memorial Library You will get your 2nd appointment either at the time of registration, or on the day of your vaccination, depending on the facility you use. Folks need to bring their insurance information, and any confirmation number to their appointment.The vaccination is at no cost, but insurance companies will be billed an administration fee. Should you make more than one appointment and get an earlier appointment elsewhere, be sure to cancel your appointment at other locations to allow more folks to get signed up. Find a site nationally:  https://vaccinefinder.org/ Enter the zip code and driving radius, to get a list of sites, with their supply availability. Maine Vaccination Sites https://www.maine.gov/covid19/ vaccines/vaccination-sites List of locations with contact info. Maine Health  1-877-780-7545: Call for yourself or another eligible friend/family member, entering their info. Northern Lights *As of

Transfer Station Updated Fees

  Transfer Station New Disposal Fees POSTED ON: JANUARY 26, 2021 Below is a list of updated disposal fees for the following items: White Goods - $10.00 Refrigerators & Freezers - $10.00 Washers & Dryers - $10.00 Hot Water Tanks - $ 10.00 Stoves & Ovens - $10.00 Contaminated Oil (per gal ) - $5.00 Antifreeze & Bilge Water (per gal) - $5.00 Tree & Brush (per cu yd) - $20.00 Demo Wood (per cu yd) - $20.00 Asphalt Shingles (per cu yd) - $25.00 Sheet Rock (per cu yd) - $25.00 New Fees are effective February 1, 2021

please take 1 minute and do an internet speed test

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  Update from the Broadband Committee The Connect St. George Committee is asking the St. George community to participate in  Maine Broadband Coalition's Speed Tes t .  The goal of the “Get Up To Speed” initiative is to gather data from across the state to generate the most comprehensive map of both the presence and quality of internet in Maine to date.  How does this help the Connect St. George initiative? The new speed testing initiative is the crucial next step in ensuring the delivery of broadband throughout the state and will help local, regional, and state leaders develop projects and steer investments to the places that need it most.  The test takes less than 1 minute (depending on your internet) and will help us move our project forward.

Update from Parks & Rec - SKATING!! and Ski Club

  P&R NEWS FLASH! 1/22/21            THE SKATING RINK IS NOW OPEN! With the cold nights we have had and the forecast for more over the next week to ten days, we are able to open the rink. We want to thank you in advance for your courteous use of the facility. That courteous use includes: No vehicles past the barriers. Please take anything with you that you brought, including trash and returnables. No Smoking No Alcohol Be mindful of wearing a mask if there is a group using the rink SKI CLUB CHANGES After further consideration, the Snow Bowl is not going to be able to host groups on Fridays, so we will be have to stay on Thursdays for the remainder of this season. To be honest, I was surprised they said yes to Fridays, since in the past that was not allowed. I apologize for any inconvenience for this change. If you want to vent about this, please call me. I am happy to listen and it saves any blow back from the Snow Bowl. They are doing their best to allow our group to come under wh