Retiring Town Clerk Fondly Recalls 30 Years of Telling Callers the Plow Is Coming

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town clerkMary Ellen Anderson never imagined she would work for more than 30 years as the treasurer, tax collector, and town clerk of Nobleboro when she was first appointed to those roles in 1983. Thirty-three years later she is stepping back from the town office and getting ready to enjoy retirement. Anderson has seen expansions to the town office and Nobleboro Central School and the additions of the town’s baseball field and transfer station. She has served with 16 different selectmen and 14 different combinations of selectmen since starting the job. Now that the official date of her retirement, May 31, is drawing closer, Anderson said it feels bittersweet. She said it is nice to be retiring but acknowledged that she would miss the people she has worked with over the years. (keep reading at the Lincoln County News)

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