You are more than welcome to call and ask for information to register your vehicle, but there will be no quotes given over the phone, only estimates.
Yes. The town office is pleased to say we now can take all credit cards. All fees for transactions with credit cards are paid by the purchaser. For more detailed questions regarding credit card use, please contact the Town Office at 207-848-1010.
Taxes will be due April 1st 2016. The tax due date will be set annually by the Hermon Town Council. All taxes paid after that date will accrue interest at a rate of 7.0% per year. For more information, please contact Kristen Cushman at (207) 848-1012.
First and foremost you should see the cemetery ordinance. In general, however, Public Works cleans all cemeteries for items that appear damaged, abandoned, or lessen the overall appearance of the cemetery. More specific questions should be directed specifically to the Public Works Department.
The Hermon Town Council generally meets at 7:00 in the meeting room of the Public Safety Building. Please go the the Meeting Information page for their schedule. The Annual Town Meeting takes place the second Tuesday in June with the budget adopted the following Thursday. For more information visit our Meeting Information page.
Please call the Hermon Town Office immediately at 207-848-1010 to file your complaint. We will then work expeditiously to rectify the situation and contact the appropriate contractor.
If the American flag can be seen with any area light well enough to distinguish the red, white, and blue colors the etiquette standard is being met.
Title-29A M.R.S.A. 2396 (4) prohibits a person from placing and allowing to remain on a public way any snow or slush that has not accumulated there naturally. A violation is deemed a traffic infraction, the penalty for which is a fine between $25 and $500, or the suspension of a license, or both (See 29-A M.R.S.A. 103.
Mailbox Policy for Hermon’s Local andState-aid Highways For convenience and practicality, mailbox installations have been allowed within the right-of-way of Hermon’s local and state-aid highways; however it is important to recognize that such installations have two very important conditions: 1) The mailbox must be installed in accordance with applicable standards to ensure that mail can be delivered and that the mailbox does not create an obstacle or safety hazard to those that use or maintain the highway, and 2) The mailbox is installed entirely at the owner’s risk. In other words, if the mailbox incurs damage during any sort of highway operations or maintenance, the property owner is not entitled to replacement or compensation. In fact, if the mailbox was not installed in accordance with the applicable standards as stated above, the owner may even be held liable for injuries or damages that may have been incurred as a result. Mailbox design and installation standards are available from several sources and mailbox owners are expected to consult this information prior to undertaking any mailbox installation or replacement. The following standards have nationwide relevance and were developed in cooperation with one another: · The United States Postal Service (USPS) Mailbox Guidelines. The USPS defines the standards for mailbox construction, as well as the placement tolerance that must be met to accommodate postal operations. Specifics may be obtained from your local post office or online at: https://www.usps.com/manage/mailboxes.htm · American Association of State Highway and Transportation Officials (AASHTO) Roadside Design Guide. The AASHTO Roadside Design Guide, Chapter 11: Erecting Mailboxes on Streets and Highways deals with the safety and construction of privately owned mailboxes, mailbox supports, and mailbox turnout designs and is less focused on postal operations. This publication may be obtained online through the AASHTO Bookstore at: https://bookstore.transportation.org/Item_details.aspx?id=1807 In addition, if the mailbox is to be installed in an area with sidewalks, it is important to recognize that the sidewalks must continue to comply with ADA requirements: · American Disabilities Act (ADA). The most current version of the ADA Standards for Accessible Design set forth the minimum requirements to ensure facilities are readily accessible to and usable by individuals with disabilities. http://www.ada.gov/regs2010/2010ADAStandards/2010ADAstandards.htm#c4 The Town of Hermon has adopted this policy to promote compliance with these national standards and to help further clarify the expectations and responsibilities for mailbox owners. The following further specifies the details associated with mailbox height, location, offset, and post type to minimize the potential hazards and conflicts associated with mailbox installations and to reduce the opportunities for damage to mailboxes. Mailbox Installation Standards General Location: Whenever possible, your mailbox should be located after your driveway opening. This location placement improves visibility, minimizes the amount of snow that comes off of the snow plow, and improves the approach for your mail carrier. Mailbox Support Design: In many cases, it is best to use an extended arm type of post with a free-swinging suspended mailbox. This allows snowplows to sweep near or under boxes without damage to supports and provides easy access to the boxes by carrier and customers Offset: Mailboxes should be set back from the edge of the shoulder – regardless of whether the shoulder is gravel or paved. In other words, the face of the mailbox should be at least one foot (1’) back from the edge of the normally plowed surface of the highway or the face of curb. Greater offset distances are encouraged whenever possible to allow the mail carrier to get further out of traffic and to further minimize potential damage to your mailbox. Mailboxes in sidewalk areas should leave at least 36” behind the back of the box or the post, whichever is located the furthest from the road. Height: According to USPS standards, a mailbox must be installed with the bottom of the mailbox located 48” high above the surface of the highway shoulder. Mailbox pole should be straight and the box level. Post Size, Type and Embedment: Mailbox posts must be sturdy enough to hold up the mailbox in all types of weather conditions; however they cannot be so rugged that they present a hazard to vehicles that inadvertently leave the road. If a mailbox support is struck by a vehicle, it must easily break away. Therefore, the following types of posts are deemed acceptable: · 4” x 4” wooden posts embedded 2 feet into the ground. Larger wooden posts may be used only if the post is drilled through with an appropriate spade bit to create a shear plane that is no higher than 6” above the surface of the surrounding ground. The number and size of the drilled holes depends upon what is necessary to bring the cross-section of the larger post down to the equivalent cross-sectional area of a standard 4” x 4” post. · 1” to 2” round diameter steel or aluminum pipe or standard U-channel post embedded 2 feet into the ground. · Unacceptable mailbox supports include: anything that is filled with concrete, masonry and stone structures, heavy steel structures, and most objects that were intended for other uses (e.g. antique plows, I-beams, and various other household tools and objects). NOTICE: Mailboxes, attachments or support systems not consistent with this policy are considered “Deadly Fixed Objects” (aka. “DFOs”) and are in violation of 23 MRSA §1401-A. As such, when these installations are recognized by Hermon, the owner may be informed of the hazard and immediate removal requested. If the property owner does not comply with this request, The Town of Hermon may elect to remove the installation and seek reimbursement from the property owner for all costs incurred.
Hermon, Maine is located in southern Penobscot County along Interstate 95 and west along Route 2 from Bangor.
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