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New Wilton CEO hired; four residents running for one selectboard seat(1)

May 5, 2016

WILTON – Selectboard members unanimously confirmed hiring Adam Cote as the town’s new code enforcement officer at their meeting Tuesday night. Current CEO Roger Williams will be working for the town until July 1. Town Manager Rhonda Irish said the two-month period will provide Cote with on-the-job training. The state allows for a one year […]

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Program puts books, bikes in hands of elementary students

FARMINGTON – Students cheered and applauded their peers at Cascade Brook School and W.G. Mallett School Wednesday afternoon, as the participants of a popular reading program received new bikes courtesy of the local Maine Masonic Lodge. “I have a feeling you know why we’re here …” Mallett Principal Tracy Williams said. “Bikes for books!” a […]

Proposed East Wilton power substation upgrade discussed

WILTON – A new substation is proposed to be built on a 5-acre lot in East Wilton because an upgrade needed to replace the existing one off Temple Road, town officials were told. Central Maine Power Co. representatives met with town officials this week to discuss plans for a new substation proposed to be located […]

Street closings announced for next two weekends in Farmington

FARMINGTON – Street closings on or around High Street have been announced for the next two Saturdays, to accommodate the Fiddlehead Festival and the University of Maine at Farmington commencement ceremony. The 5th annual Fiddlehead Festival is Saturday, May 7. A celebration of locally-grown and foraged food, the festival will result in the closure of […]

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