by Emmett Avery
GLOVER — Thursday’s meeting of the Glover Select Board meeting was a rapid affair. The town’s sewage system, farmers market, and broadband effort took up much of the half hour the meeting lasted.
Select Board Chair David Simmons said there was recently a problem with the town’s sewer pump station in West Glover. He said things got straightened out but that every time someone must work on the issue it costs the town $600 for a permit.
To deal with the ongoing expense, Mr. Simmons said he thinks it would be a good idea to install a “quick switch” for $1,125 that would help the town avoid permitting costs in the future.
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