No one likes coming home to a letter from the Code Enforcement office, but it happens more often than you’d imagine. In the event it happens to you, here is what you can expect as you go through the process. The Letter: Code Enforcement violations should be taken seriously. If you get a letter, do […]
Whether you are buying or selling a home, having an up to date boundary survey can save you a lot of headaches and help expedite the sale process. In some cases, your realtor or broker will suggest you get a survey, but when it isn’t required, it may not come up at all. Getting ahead […]
As a property owner, one important thing to know is where the boundaries are. With clear and distinct boundary lines you’ll be able to avoid issues when building on or selling your property as well as arguments with neighbors over how far over you can build your fence. When there are conflicting views about boundary […]
You’ve taken the first step and decided it’s finally time to start that new project. You’ve got the vision in your head and your plans in hand. Now it’s time to get approval so you can get started. Anxiety can build when you are told that a local town planning board will need to review […]
Published November 2018 “Tara Hartson’s path to surveying was anything but direct. Initially focused on a career in music education, she first attended a college in Maine, but quit upon finding the school was more party than practice.”
Published October 2018 CEOs of nine Maine small businesses, including Herrick & Salsbury, Inc., graduated as members of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s first Emerging Leaders class in Maine.
Published January 2018 An interview with Tara Hartson of Herrick & Salsbury, Inc.
Published in 2012 An article about the growth and success of the University of Maine Engineering program, featuring Tara Hartson.
Published March 2007 A long-term surveying project at a mine reclamation job in Maine shows how using multiple satellite positioning constellations can improve productivity.