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*** THE LAST DAY TO APPLY FOR THE SENIOR CITIZEN PROPERTY TAX STABILIZATION PROGRAM IS THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1ST, 2022! ***
If you are a local business with signs posted on City Property (hiring, "we're open," etc.); please be aware they are prohibited by local ordinance and have been removed. Collected signs may be picked up at City Hall. Thank you.
On July 1, 2022 Transfer Station permits are increasing. $145.00 for a Resident Permit and $20.00 for a Second Sticker.

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  •  In Harbor & Waterfront Department

    Fall is hurricane season, and though we may feel far removed from the recent storms that have affected the Southern states, Maine is not invulnerable. To best protect yourself, your loved ones, and your property, it is important to have a plan established before a storm arrives.
    When planning for a storm, don’t forget about your boat.

    During a storm, boats can break free of their mooring, damaging themselves and other boats in the harbor. Having a plan in place allows you to avoid putting yourself in harm’s away by venturing out into the storm to secure your boat, as well as preventing damage to your boat.

    Ask the harbormaster for the tips on how to prepare your boat for a storm.

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