DEER ISLE SELECT BOARD
Ronald B. Eaton, Chair
(207)348-6857 or (207)479-9109
Peter P. Perez
(207)348-6865 or (207)479-9777
Percy L. Brown, Jr.
(207)348-6066 or (207)812-6068
(207) 348-2324 / (207) 812-6315 (cell)
Thursdays 5:00 - 7:00 PM
Deer Isle Town Office
The public is cordially invited to participate in all meetings. Currently meetings are open to the public in the Deer Isle Town Office. Masks and other COVID protocol are constantly changing. Details are included on the agenda (see links below). If you wish to be on the agenda, contact Jim Fisher by email of phone (207) 348-2324 at least one day in advance.
Earlier notice is appreciated.
The municipality of Deer Isle administers a General Assistance program for the support of the poor. Pursuant to Title 22 MRSA $4305, the municipal officers have adopted an ordinance establishing that program. A copy of this ordinance is available for public inspection at the town office and/or online. Also available for inspection is a copy of the State's General Assistance Statutes, as copies of the State law are made available to the municipality, by Maine's Department of Health and Human Services.
Persons who wish to apply for General Assistance may do so at Deer Isle Town Office during the following time(s):
Day(s): Tuesday, Wednesday
Hour(s): 9:00 AM – 3:00 PM
In an emergency, applicants may contact
James Fisher at (207) 812-6315
Ronald Eaton at (207) 348-6857
The municipality's General Assistance administrator must issue a written decision within 24 hours of receiving an application.
The Department of Health and Human Services' toll-free telephone number, to call with a question regarding the General Assistance Program, is 1-800-442-6003.
This notice is posted pursuant to Title 22 MRSA $4304-4305.
Select Board Agenda
Freedom of Access Act (FOAA)
The FOAA Officer for the Town of Deer Isle is the Town Manager. You may reach the FOAA Officer during regular business hours at (207) 348-2324 or by e-mail.
All Freedom of Access request should be directed to the FOAA Officer. You may make your request by filling out and sending the request form below or by e-mailing your request or you may choose to call to make a verbal request. Although we prefer requests in writing so that the information we are searching for will be accurate, it is not required by State law.
New Freedom of Access Act Laws 127th Maine Legislature-First Regular Session