The Fort Fairfield Town Council unanimously endorsed the creation of an Economic Development Board at its regularly scheduled meeting on Wednesday October 21st.
More than 100 area residents gathered in Fort Fairfield on July 17 to celebrate the first planting of a community garden and to get a first look at plans for a memorial garden that will honor those who provided healthcare in the region, and the area residents who benefitted from those services.
The SAD 20 School Nutrition Program will offer breakfast and lunch to all children, under the age of 18, on weekdays from June 22 to July 31, 2015.
NOTICE: The next regularly scheduled meeting of the Wind Power Technical Review Committee will be held on May 4th at 6pm in the Council Chambers due to the Patriot's Day Holiday on April 20th.
Fort Fairfield Announces Innovative Fire Department Plan
After an exhaustive nationwide search failed to produce the desired result, on behalf of the review committee and the Town Council, Fort Fairfield Town Manager Michael Bosse announced an innovative plan that shares responsibilities to lead the town’s fire department utilizing existing staff and drawing upon their extensive experience and abilities.
No matter how you slice it, the 35th annual Northern Maine Agri-Business Trade Fair at The Forum in Presque Isle was a tremendous success. More than 3500 people poured into the Trade Fair over the course of the weekend, the bulk of those on Saturday as the aisles were filled with folks looking to get their hands on a wide variety of products and services on display.
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