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Monday, March 1, 2021
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  • Water is life. Rep. Jan Dodge proposed these two pieces of legislation: LD1474, An Act to Ensure Water Equity and Accountability for the People of the State of Maine; and LD197, An Act to Convene a Working Group to Authorize a Public ...
  • Once again, the Rockland City Council is proposing the introduction of tiny houses in everyone’s back yard or side yard as an answer to a need for affordable housing. Although countless examples of surface water flooding ...
  • Drainage in Rockland—
    We have lived on Willow Street for over 40 years. We have concerns about the push to make it possible to build houses on small lots. The area east of Broadway would suffer greatly if this is done. The drainage in this area is very poor....
  • I, too, had written a letter about 1-1⁄2 years or so ago regarding my opposition to any zoning changes for the proposed tiny houses. What disturbs me in particular is that there are many issues that are not being addressed ...
  • by nature constituents come and go
    while institutions endure ...
  • On December 15, 2020, The Free Press published a letter from me about a Belfast Water District demand that I pay $1,500 for the district to process 91 pages of district emails regarding the proposed Nordic Aquafarms industrial fish ...
  • All one needs to know about the political climate that is COVID-19 and its machinations can be summed up in the fact that the COVID Death Toll sign in Thomaston Center no longer exists. It’s as if the COVID death message is no ...
  • There is an exquisite irony reflected in Susan Reitman’s letter of February 9 disparaging socialism. Those of us of a certain age were raised since we were knee-high to rigidly believe that anything socialist is evil. Unremarked is the ...
  • Public debate has sufficiently exposed potential environmental impacts of the proposed zoning change as well as congestion in residential neighborhoods. The endless push for detached apartments in residential ...
  • With recent comments in a Village Soup article about Union forming a new committee to determine the future of the Thompson Community Center, I would like to share some thoughts with the citizens of Union. Having been involved ...
  • On Fridays my husband and I both work from home: he is in customer service for Fisher Plow, and I am an administrator in financial services. Our son, a student at Edna Drinkwater, has class meetup and assignments to submit online ...
  • Dear Northport Voters, According to the census our population is 1,520, which seems right to me. I know Northport well, since I’ve been coming here since before I was born. In 1965 my father built a house here for my mother ...
  • Are we going to maintain our wonderful community or develop it into a tiny-house consortium with a city full of accessory dwellings? The Rockland City Council just passed the first stage on this road to ruin for the city of Rockland....
  • As a Northport resident for more than ten years, I am pleased to endorse Breanna Pinkham Bebb for election to our selectboard. In recent years, I have had the privilege of working with Bre on the Northport Planning Board, as well as ...
  • During the Senate trial of Donald J. Trump, I watched and heard the senators pledge allegiance to our flag, and I wondered if many of them thought about and believed in the words they were saying. Do they understand and ...
  • In light of local COVID-19 outbreaks, our office at 6 Virginia Avenue in Camden is temporarily closed to visitors. The front door of the building will remain open if you want to come by and grab a newspaper. You can also drop off a ...
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