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Town of Fort Fairfield Public Hearing Notice

There will be a Public Hearing on Wednesday, February 7, 2018 at 12:00 Noon in the Council Chambers of the Fort Fairfield Municipal Building located at 18 Community Center Drive, Fort Fairfield, Maine.  The purpose of this hearing is to allow for public comments on the issues in the following (click here):

Library Board Appointment

Town of Fort Fairfield Library Board Appointment

THERE IS AN OPENING ON THE FORT FAIRFIELD LIBRARY BOARD OF TRUSTEES.  THE TERM WILL RUN UNTIL JUNE 30, 2020.

ANYONE INTERESTED IN APPLYING FOR THIS SEAT, PLEASE COME INTO THE FORT FAIRFIELD TOWN OFFICE TO PICK UP AN APPLICATION OR APPLICATIONS ARE ALSO AVAILABLE ON THE TOWN’S WEBSITE AT WWW.FORTFAIRFIELD.ORG   IF YOU HAVE ANY QUESTION CALL 472-3800. 
APPLICATIONS MUST BE RETURNED TO THE TOWN OFFICE BY FEBRUARY 7, 2018.


The Fort Fairfield Police Department is investigating a recent spate of vandalism that has endangered continued open access to the Riverside Park Pavilion facility.  On two separate occasions in recent weeks, vandals have created disgusting messes and damage to the bathroom facilities located in the pavilion.

“We are concerned that an individual, or a group of individuals, have jeopardized use of this facility by their careless and inappropriate actions,” said Police Chief, Bill Campbell.  “Officers have stepped up patrols in the area and are actively investigating these incidents to find those responsible.”  

The first act of vandalism involved someone using the entire facility as a toilet, leaving behind a men’s restroom that needed extensive cleaning and disinfecting.  The second incident was much more serious, as someone bent the rod in the top of the toilet bowl which kept the water running all night, flooding the facility.  As a result, the Town Manager and staff are considering locking the facility when it is not signed out by residents and service organizations.

“It really is a shame that a nice public facility like this, which is available not only to our residents who are enjoying the nearby park and picnic facilities but also to visitors to our community and passersby, may no longer be readily available and open to the public,” stated Town Manager, Jim Risner.  “While we would prefer to allow folks to use the facility 24/7, we may be forced to discontinue this practice if this senseless vandalism and damage is not stopped immediately.”

                Anyone with any information about the person or persons responsible for the damage is encouraged to contact the Fort Fairfield Police Department at 472-7831.

















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