Milo now on World Wide WebArticle from The Piscataquis Observer, Vol. 166, No. 33, August 18, 2004MILO – The town of Milo is now on the Web.Twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, those browsing the Internet can check out what's happening on Main Street, Milo, from a live Web camera.The camera, sponsored by the Three Rivers Community Web site and Fred Trask of Trask Insurance Co., can be viewed at www.trcmaine.org/webcam.The Axis Outdoor Networking Camera is perched atop Trask Insurance Co., 3 Main St. It refreshes every five seconds, giving viewers updated shots of cars and pedestrians traveling downtown.According to Isabel Warren, TRC treasurer and news/development coordinator, the idea to put Milo on the World Wide Web came from Seth Barden, TRC director and Webmaster. "Seth wanted one from the get-go," said Warren.The Three Rivers Community of Maine Web site started as the Our Town Project at Penquis Valley High School in 1996. The non-profit organization's Web site features information on the communities of Milo, Brownville, LaGrange, Sebec, Atkinson, Lakeview Plantation, Medford and neighboring unorganized townships. It also includes the Three Rivers Kiwanis News, a project of the Three Rivers Kiwanis.NOTE - This article reflects the views of the author and not necessarily those of the TRC Alliance Team.