Never to early to plan for spring!
New lawn installation and existing lawn repair. Brick paver walkways and patios, hydro-seeding, retaining walls and more. 667-5808
E. Skip Grindle & Sons
Permafloat float drums and Ride-on PWC docks
Easy on and off foam filled floating or fixed docks. 47 sizes available. 15 year Manufacturer's Warranty.
Striving to serve our customers better while advancing with the latest technology!
We're installing a bulk plant so we can buy products at the best prices and pass those savings on to you!
Acadia Fuel, LLC
Fine Foods & Organic Products & ART?
Yes! We have the best selection of organic foods, fresh produce, wine and.... We have the finest art gallery in town! Come check us out!
John Edwards Market
Rototilling- Rebuilding Flower Gardens - Landscaping -
Chipping- Lot Sweeping
Mulch/loom delivery and Small Excavation Services. Call 667-3890 or 479-0440
Ever Wish you had Xray vision? We Do!
We will scan your home with our thermal imager. Find hidden areas of Heating Loss, Moisture Penetrations, Infestation and Water Leaks. Save hundreds of dollars on heating & repairs.
R.L.White & Son
Category: Furniture, Fixtures & Floors
|Ray McDonald & Sons, INC|
Category: Landscape Service
|Doug Gott & Sons, Inc.|
Category: General Contractor
|Rocky Hill Tractor|
|Maine Organic Therapy...|
Category: Alternative Medicine
BAR HARBOR — Friends of Acadia will host its 14th Annual Earth Day Roadside Clean-up on Saturday, April 27, from 8:30 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. FOA invites individuals and businesses to participate in this community event. The group will be coordinating pick-up along state highways on MDI and in the towns of Ellsworth, Lamoine and Trenton.
AUGUSTA — Four years ago, when the University of Maine System was cutting programs to save money, officials were criticized for not making up the shortfall by taking money from system reserves.
BAR HARBOR — A zoning change that would ease land use restrictions for the Jesup Memorial Library, the YWCA MDI and St. Savior’s Episcopal Church cleared the planning board April 17 and will move before the town council next month for possible inclusion on the fall town meeting warrant.