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 Assessment Review  - The Board of Assessment Review is charged by Maine Statutes to independently review appeals of property assessments that have been determined by the Board of Assessors. For more information please contact the Assessor’s office
 Board of Assessors  The mission of the Skowhegan Board of Assessors and the Assessors’ Office is to maintain fair and equitable assessed valuations and accurate ownership information that are the basis of the allocation of municipal property tax burden in accordance to state law. For more information please contact the Assessor’s office
 Budget & Finance  The Budget and Finance Committee meets seasonally to review and finalize the annual budget for town services, and other times as needed. During the budget process, which is when the committee is the busiest, the members of the committee meet weekly, working conjunctively with the Board of Selectmen and the Town Manager, in fashioning a budget proposal for town meeting consideration. For more information please contact the Town Manager’s office
 Cemetery Committee  The Cemetery Committee meets as needed during the months of April to October. These meetings are open to the public. Meetings are held in the Municipal Building Council Room, 225 Water Street, at 7:30 am. The committee oversees the care of the following cemeteries: Southside Cemetery, Main Street; Northside Cemetery, Madison Avenue; East Skowhegan Cemetery, Oak Pond Road; Pooler Cemetery, Oak Pond Road; Malbons Mill Cemetery, Malbons Mill Road; Larone Cemetery, Larone Road; Old River Road Cemetery, East River Road and Old Bloomfield Cemetery, and Waterville Road. For more information please contact the Town Clerk’s office
 Channel 11  3 members are from Skowhegan, they review financial and help manage the public access channel with members from Madison and other towns. For more information contact the Town Manager’s Office.
 Conservation Committee  The Conservation Commission meets the first Tuesday of each month. This is a public meeting and citizens are welcome to attend and participate. If you are interested in environmental conservation issues please join in. For more information contact the Code Enforcement and Planning Office at 207-474-6904
 Community Development  The CD Board meets as needed for projects. All meeting are public and citizens are welcome to attend. The Board is working to improve the Housing conditions in the Town of Skowhegan. They manage the Single family and Rental Housing Loan program for the Town of Skowhegan. All Low Income families and elderly are qualified. . For more information contact the Economic and Community Development Office at 207-474-6905
 Fence Viewers  2 members of the Selectmen are appointed to handle disputes over fences on property lines. For more information contact the Town Manager’s Office at 207-474-6907
 Heritage Council  The Heritage Council meets the firstTuesday of each month. This is a public meeting and citizens are welcome to attend and participate. If you are interested in historic preservation or documentation please join in. For more information contact the Code Enforcement and Planning Office at 207-474-6904
 Lake George Regional Park  Lake George Regional Park is a day-use park owned by the State of Maine and leased by the towns of Skowhegan and Canaan. The park is managed for public use by Lake George Corporation, a nonprofit organization. The Town of Skowhegan appoints 5 members to the Board and the Town of Canaan appoints 5 members. For more information contact the Town Manager’s Office at 207-474-6907
 Overseers of the Poor  handles all appeals for the General Assistance program. For more information contact the Town Manager’s Office at 207-474-6907
 Park Commission  The Commissioners meet 4 times a year between April and September. Meetings are called by the Chairman as needed, meetings are held at the park unless moved for rain. The commissioners oversee Coburn Park and other small park area throughout Skowhegan. For more information contact the Town Manager’s Office at 207-474-6907 
 Recreation Advisory  The Parks & Recreation Department Rec. Advisory Board consists of individuals who have a fundamental belief, understanding and interest in recreation as a vital force in the community. The committees' responsibilities are to support, assist and evaluate the current and future needs of the community in terms of programs, facilities, and services, and the development of plans to meet those needs. For more information contact the Recreation Department at 207-474-6901
Sidewalk Committee - Information coming soon.
 Voter Registration Appeals Board  In a city or town that has a population of 5,000 or more, if a person is aggrieved by the decision of the registrar of voters to remove a name from the voting list or to refuse to place it on the voting list, that person may appeal in writing to the registration appeals board. The board consists of 3 members who must be appointed as follows: The municipal committee of each of the major political parties shall nominate one member, who must be enrolled in the party of the municipal committee that nominates the member, and the municipal officers shall appoint the persons nominated by the municipal committees and the 3rd member must be nominated by the clerk of the municipality and appointed by the municipal officers. For more information contact the Town Clerks Office at 207-474-6900
 Zoning Appeals Board  Handles all appeals for both Shoreland and Landuse Ordinances. For more information contact the Code Enforcement and Planning Office at 207-474-6904



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