The City of Bath Parks & Recreation Department is looking for a full-time, hardworking, dedicated, and motivated custodian that’s able to work independently for the Parks & Recreation Division. This person would perform a variety of skilled and minor semi-skilled tasks involving general maintenance and repairs of City buildings and grounds. The person is under the supervision of the Parks & Recreation Department Foreman.
Bath is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The City of Bath Community Forestry Committee (BCFC) presents annual landscaping awards during Arbor Week to thank the community for keeping Bath beautiful. This year, they presented the Residential Landscaping Award to Joan Bishop of Webber Avenue and the Business Landscaping Award to MidCoast Federal Credit Union.
In addition, the BCFC planted a sugar maple tree at City Park and presented the Patten Free Library with an outdoor adventure backpack. The backpack contained binoculars, tree identification information, and activity books for young visitors at the library to enjoy.
“We want to instill a love of nature in the community,” said BCFC member Aaron Park, who also chairs the Bath City Council. “Landscaping is an art. When residents and local businesses go above and beyond to maintain a beautiful property, we want to recognize them for that.”
Learn more about the BCFC at www.bathforestry.com
(L-R): Kyle Rosenberg, Joan Bishop, Julie Ambrosino, Aaron Park, James Hummer
(L-R): Aaron Park, Annie McCluskey (Bath Branch Supervisor), Liza Reno (Bath Branch VP Retail Services), James Hummer
Roberta Jordan (PFL Assistant Director), Aaron Park