Fryeburg Town Office • 16 Lovewell Pond Road Fryeburg, Maine 04037 • 207-935-2805 • Fax 207-935-6008

NEW LAW:FISHING FOR ANADROMOUS SPECIES OF FISH IN TIDAL WATERS.For more information please contact www.countmyfish.noaa.gov or call 888-674-7411.

 Dog licenses expire on December 31.

  If you do not license your dog before January 31 there will be a late charge of $25.00 starting on February 1st. 

When you come to license your dog please make sure you have the rabies certificate and if its the first time you are licensing the dog and the dog has been neutured or spayed you need to show proof.  

Town Office & Administration

The Town of Fryeburg, Maine operates under the Town Meeting - Selectmen/Town Manager form of government. The Annual Town Meeting, is now held in June. The Board of Selectmen are the policy making board and appoint and work through the Town Manager who is charged with the day to day operation of the Town.

 

Sharon Jackson
Town Manager/Treasurer/Tax Collector

Phone: 935-2805
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Maine Revised Statutes

Title 30-A: MUNICIPALITIES AND COUNTIES

Chapter 123: MUNICIPAL OFFICIALS

§2636. POWERS AND DUTIES OF TOWN MANAGER

1. Executive and administrative officer. Is the chief executive and administrative official of the town;

2. Administer offices.  Is responsible to the selectmen for the administration of all departments and offices over which the selectmen have control;

3. Execute laws and ordinances. Shall execute all laws and ordinances of the town;

4. Department head.  Shall serve in any office as the head of any department under the control of the selectmen when directed by the selectmen;

5. Appoint department heads. Shall appoint, subject to confirmation by the selectmen, supervise and control the heads of departments under the control of the selectmen when the department is not headed by the town manager under subsection 4;

6. Appoint town officals.  Unless otherwise provided by town ordinance, shall appoint, supervise and control all town officials whom the municipal officers are required by law to appoint, except members of boards, commissions, committees and single assessors; and appoint, supervise and control all other officials, subordinates and assistants, except that the town manager may delegate this authority to a department head and report all appointments to the board of selectmen;

7. Purchasing agent. Shall act as purchasing agent for all departments, except the school department, provided that the town or the selectmen may require that all purchases greater than a designated amount must be submitted to sealed bid;

8. Attend meetings of selectmen. Shall attend all meetings of the board of selectmen, and the town manager may attend meetings when the manager's removal is being considered;

9. Make recommendations. Shall make recommendations to the board of selectmen for the more efficient operation of the town;

10. Attend town meetings. Shall attend all town meetings and hearings;

11. Inform of financial condition.  Shall keep the board of selectmen and the residents of the town informed as to the town's financial condition;

12. Collect data.  Shall collect data neccessary to prepare the budget;

13. Assist residents.  Shall assist, insofar as possible, residents and taxpayers in discovering their lawful remedies in cases involving complaints of unfair vendor, administrative and governmental practices; and

14. Remove appointments. Has exclusive authority to remove for cause, after notice and hearing, all persons whom the manager is authorized to appoint and report all removals to the board of selectmen.

Sharon Chammings
Finance Director
Phone: 935-2805

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Kelley-Marie Leonard
General Assistance Administrator/ Local Health Officer
Office Clerk

Phone: 935-2805
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 Kelly Woitko
Deputy Clerk / Registrar of Voters

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Important Phone Numbers and Contact Information

www.mainepublichealth.gov

Maine 211: Dial 211 for connections to health and human services in your community.

Maine Statewide Crisis: 1-888-568-1112

Community Concepts: 207-743-7716

Brownfield Food Pantry: 207-935-2333

Food Stamps: 1-888-593-9775

Department of Human Services: 1-888-593-9775

Alcoholics Anonymous: 1-800-737-6237

Maine Tobacco Hotline: 1-800-207-1230

Statewide Domestic Violence Helpline: 1-866-834-4357

Sexual Assault Support: 1-800-871-7741

Elder Abuse: 1-800-624-8084

Child Abuse: 1-800-452-1999

Suicide Prevention: 1-888-568-1112

Poison Control Center : 1-800-222-1222

Housing and Energy Services Programs: 1-800-866-5588