SABATTUS, Maine — The man who served the last three years as the fire chief for the town of Sabattus has resigned.
Troy Callier made the announcement Tuesday on Facebook, citing "recent issues with the town and the drastic change in direction the Town Manager and Select Board" as cause for leaving.
Callier first became fire chief in March 2020 at 27 years old.
In his letter of resignation, Callier expressed gratitude for the organization's growth over the last three years.
"The members of the Sabattus Fire Department put their trust in me for the last 3 years to lead them to being one of the best fire departments in the state," Callier said in the post. "Their undying support made my job easy, it made my job fun, it made me enjoy being their Fire Chief."
NEWS CENTER Maine reached out to Cailler to clarify the cited conflict and town changes. He did not wish to discuss either Wednesday, but said he would later in the week.
The Sabattus Town Manager Timothy Kane was contacted by NEWS CENTER Maine by both email and phone for comment but has not yet responded.