Recycling is Mandatory at the Transfer Station

RECYCLING IS MANDATORY

The Bartlett Jackson Transfer Station Committee would like to remind residents and commercial businesses in the Towns of Bartlett and Jackson that recycling is mandatory at the Transfer Station. The list of the recycled items is elsewhere on this website under the Transfer Station tab. Recently, there seems to have been some confusion on who should recycle and who doesn’t need to. The answer is simple – EVERYONE NEEDS TO RECYCLE IF THEY ARE USING THE BARTLETT JACKSON TRANSFER STATION.

If you do not want to recycle, then you will need to make other arrangements through private haulers for the disposal of your trash.  If you have any questions, the attendants can assist you.

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter!

Bartlett Jackson Transfer Station Committee

ROAD PLAN UPDATE

Due to proposed construction of homes at the end of West Ledge Road and thus anticipated heavy construction truck use, the reclaiming and repaving of West Ledge Road has been postponed until 2018.  Short term repairs will be made in the interim.  We are sorry for the inconvenience but the end result will be a far better product.

Public Hearing – Monday, August 28, 2017 – SB 38 Road Funds

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

USE OF FUNDS – SB38 LOCAL HIGHWAY AID

MONDAY, AUGUST 28, 2017

4:30PM  BARTLETT TOWN HALL – 56 TOWN HALL RD.

As required under SB38 Local Highway Aid, the Board of Selectmen will be holding a Public Hearing as shown above on the use of these supplemental funds for local highways. Proposed roads that will be included for work are George St., Rolling Ridge Rd., and Goodrich Falls Rd. The public is welcome to attend.

Board of Selectmen

Gene G. Chandler

David A. Patch

Jonathan Hebert