Sidney Transfer Station has an immediate job opening.
Click here for job description ---->Transfer Station Attendant
Sidney has an Administrative Assistant to the Board of Selectmen job opportunity open.
Click here for job description ---> Admin Assistant Job Description.
Please submit a cover letter, resume, and completed Sidney job application,
attention to Sidney Selectboard at 2986 Middle Road, Sidney, ME 04330.
Open application period until candidate is hired. No phone calls please.
- The Town is looking to renew the current Comprehensive Plan and need to form a committee. If you are interested please contact Angela Nelson at 547-3159.
- Memorial Day Parade Coordinators: The Memorial Day Parade Committee is looking for help with: publicity, set-up, cook-out, organizing marchers on day of parade, and liaisoning with community groups (follow-up phone calls, etc.). If you or your organization has not been contacted to participate,or for additional information regarding this event, please call 207-512-6402 or 207-547-4343. Help from the community is required to make this a successful event!
Statewide Election Results -
(Clicking the following link will bring you to Maine.gov, you will leave our website): http://www.maine.gov/sos/cec/elec/results/index.html
Maine 2019 General Election Vote Results Sheet : Sidney : November 5, 2019
Total Voters: 473, approximately 15% turnout
Yes votes 290
No votes 182
Yes votes 325
No votes 146
Unofficial Primary Election Results for the Town of Sidney, June 12, 2018 as follows:
-RSU #18 596 Yes, 300 No
-State Referendum 520 No, 393 Yes
-Democratic Governor Janet Mills 108, Adam Cote 84, Elizabeth Sweet 55
-Republican Governor Shawn Moody 215, Garrett Mason 120, Mary Mayhew 79
-US House 002 Democratic Jared Golden 124, Lucas St. Clair 89
-US Senate Republician Eric Brakey 353
-State Senate 015 Democratic John Glowa 151, Kellie Julia 143
Results from November 7, 2017 Election -
RSU#18 District Budget Referendum Vote:
Do you favor authorizing the School Board to issue bonds or notes to construct, renovate, improve, repair, and equip school facilities on a system-wide basis?
State of Maine Bond Referendum Election Votes:
Q1: Allow York Casino or Slots
Q2: Expand Medicaid Eligibility
Q3: Allow Infrastructure bonds
Q4: Stabilize Pension Funding