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R.L.White & Son
Wooded Lot, Turkey Fark Rd. near Blue Hill
11 acre wooded lot, partial driveway in place just outside of Blue Hill village. $29,900. Call 667-2144
Sargents Real Estate
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Integrity windows and doors by Marvin are available.
EBS Building Supply
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
Old roof stripped, disposed of and reshingled ~ $220/sq! Call Ray Day Builders - 667-7019
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BAR HARBOR — Renovations and upgrades to the Duck Brook water pumping station are tentatively set to begin this fall, following approval of nearly $1 million in additional financing for the project at a special town meeting on June 7.
BAR HARBOR — Veteran firefighter Lyman “Joey” Kane will be promoted to interim Fire Chief here, effective next month when Fire Chief Dave Rand steps down.
BAR HARBOR — Voters here will choose from seven candidates to fill three open seats on the town council when they go to the polls for town elections Tuesday, June 12. Voting takes place at the municipal building from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m.
BAR HARBOR — Potential new uses for the idle international ferry terminal on Eden Street, including a combination cruise ship pier and public marina, were illustrated in detail May 31 at a workshop held by the professional consultants hired to study the property.
BAR HARBOR — Construction of a $3.4 million public works complex on town land in Hulls Cove was approved by nearly a three-to-one margin at the annual town meeting in the Conners Emerson School gymnasium Tuesday.
BAR HARBOR — The discharge of soapy water by the coastal cruise ship Independence while it was tied up to the town pier on Memorial Day, May 28, was the result of crew error, according to an investigation conducted by harbormaster Charlie Phippen.
BAR HARBOR — The third annual Sierra Club summer environmental film series opens this weekend at Reel Pizza Cinerama with a compelling look at preeminent environmental activist, writer and broadcaster David Suzuki.
BAR HARBOR — Voters will weigh in on a school budget of $5.2 million, a municipal budget of $13.5 million and $3.4 million bond issue for a new public works complex in Hulls Cove when they gather on Tuesday, June 5 for the annual open town meeting.
BAR HARBOR — Several changes to the shellfish ordinance designed to improve conditions for commercial clammers here received favorable review from town councilors this month and will be considered for permanent addition when the council meets again in June.