A surveying and land use consulting business headquartered in Ellsworth has acquired a permanent location for its branch office in Northeast Harbor.
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In May 2022, Searsport schools received an award from Maine Department of Education’s Rethinking Responsive Educational Ventures program to implement its Viking Longhouse Pilot. This pilot is in the outdoor education category, which involves the creation of an outdoor classroom for all of Searsport schools and the community to access.
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.
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 […]
Herrick & Salsbury Inc. was commissioned by the Bakeman family to survey and divide a piece of land in Brooksville. Part of the property contained a beautiful sand beach that historically been used by the community for recreational uses including swimming, sunbathing, fishing and kayaking. The beach, locally known as Bakeman Beach, was going to […]
The Maine Coast Heritage Trust commissioned Herrick & Salsbury Inc. to survey and divide a 60-acre parcel of land locally known as Jones Marsh and Fresh Meadow. Half of the land was deeded to the Island Housing Trust for potential future housing and the remaining half was deeded to Acadia National Park for permanent conservation. […]
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.