Minutes - August 29, 2017 Board of Selectmen Minutes

Town of Brownville - Docs
Submitted by aharmon on September 28, 2017 - 8:34am

Penquis Valley Schools Open House

Submitted by Sethen on September 27, 2017 - 6:19pm

October 4, 2017
OPEN HOUSE, 5-7 p.m.

Including a Proficiency Based Workshop
5-6:00 p.m. in the Media Center

This is an opportunity for parents to come in and meet teachers. This format will be an opportunity to make a connection with staff, tour the facility, and build school/home/community relations. This will be
a freely moving event with parents/students accessing rooms and teachers as they desire. There will be an opportunity for parents to schedule individual parent/teacher conferences to be held on November 8th .

The Art Room, Band Room and Media Center as well as Guidance Offices will also be open for your viewing.

A chance for all parents to ask questions... Read More

Ecumenical Hymn Sing - Sunday, October 15th

Submitted by Susan Worcester on September 25, 2017 - 10:16am

All are welcome to attend the Ecumenical Hymn Sing at St. John's Episcopal Church, Brownville Junction on Sunday, October 15th at 3pm. Join us in singing old favorites and new favorites (including a few children's songs). A love offering for the Milo Area Food Cupboard will be taken and refreshments will be served following the event.

Penquis Homecoming Soccer Games

Submitted by Sethen on September 25, 2017 - 7:40am

Milo to apply for Derby Shops cleanup funding

Linked from: Piscataquis Observer
Submitted by Sethen on September 25, 2017 - 7:39am

Stuart Hedstrom • September 12, 2017

MILO — More than a year ago residents accepted the conveyance of the approximate 97-acre Derby Shops commercial railroad property on B&A Avenue. Citizens attending the June 2016 special town meeting also authorized the selectmen to apply for and accept any grants for cleaning up the property, which is the home of Central Maine & Quebec Railway and had been a part of the bankruptcy proceedings for the former Montreal, Maine and Atlantic Railway.

Town officials are now in the process of applying for funding to help clean up the site, and a public hearing on the proposed remediation to make the property more suited for economic development was held at the town hall on Sept. 6... Read More

News from B-BJ Historical Society and the Parish House Museum

Submitted by Susan Worcester on September 23, 2017 - 1:34pm

What’s Been Going On?

            The Society held its final meeting for 2017 on September 19th.

            Within the next few weeks there will be a new HEAT PUMP  installed at the museum!  Thanks to all who donated to this cause! This will allow us to continue our work well into the fall!

            We continue to document all the items in the museum with a program called PastPerfect. This is tedious and ongoing work but it is important to know just what we have and where it is located in the museum. It will make it easier to meet the needs of people looking for specific information in the future.

            We have had a lot of visitors this summer including a gentleman from Wales searching for information... Read More