Jonesport town office adapts to pandemic closure, changes hours; beavers flood yet another road

by Nancy Beal

At the Jonesport selectmen’s April 8 meeting, Irene Rogers, their assistant, requested permission to work from her home. A week later, selectmen granted her wish. Given permission to download certain files, she said two weeks ago, she would be able to keep up with her designated work which includes preparing agendas and taking minutes of selectmen’s meetings (they are meeting via Zoom), administering general assistance and Salvation Army queries and handling mooring fees.

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