Herrick & Salsbury Inc. has announced that Tara A. Hartson of Mount Desert has been named the new vice president of the company. Stephen R. Salsbury, president of Herrick & Salsbury Inc., made the announcement while adding that there is an agreement in place to transition ownership of the company to Hartson as well.
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Initial plans are underway for the construction of a 120–home senior housing development on Route 1, about a half–mile west of the Mud Creek Road intersection.
A 10-acre gravel pit off North Street found unanimous Planning Board approval on May 5, following a preliminary application review in April. The pit, which is planned as two pits — an existing 1-acre pit enlarged to 2.3 acres and a second 7.5-acre pit — was proposed by E. Skip Grindle, who operates a landscaping […]
Herrick & Salsbury, Inc.’s own, Steve Salsbury, proposed a concept on behalf of Renewable Energy Development Partners, LLC (REDP), to build a solar farm on a currently undeveloped 98-acres of land located 2,400 feet from the Bar Harbor Road. The project will include 17,785 double-sided panels and will generate 7 megawatts of energy. Chairman John […]
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.