Hiding behind the Town Lawyer
The selectmen continue to use taxpayer dollars against the townspeople. The new mantra at town hall is "Take us to court".
October 23, 2000 Selectmen "Just Say No" to taping of public meetings
If the selectmen get their way, cable viewers may be forced to watch reruns of Gilligan's Island rather than the Limington public meetings.
And Then There Were Three
"Employee Parking Only" signs come down at the Municipal Complex.
Letter to the Editor
Low Income Housing In Limington - The saga continues.
Selectmen Refuse to Follow Zoning Ordinance
Selectmen will not allow the voters the opportunity to change the regulations on gravel pits and cell towers. The selectmen are specifically ignoring the section of the Limington Zoning Ordinance that allows citizens the right to modify the regulations by petition.
September 23, 2000 Appeals Board Rules on Permit Fee
Permit Fees, Town Hall Officials Related, and Standing.
Protecting People, Business, and the Environment...
If our Town Officials Won't Do It, Who Will?
August 20, 2000 Bogus Maps Submitted by Dearborn Brothers Construction Mislead Planning Board
Promised Wildlife Study Turns Out Not to Exist
Planning Board uses excuse to approve road through Resource Conservation Zone
Printing Error by the DEP aids Developer
The case of the missing dots
Deer yard requirements ignored in Rogue Paintball Operation
Appeals Board Strikes Again
Chastised for acting outside their authority on one road slope application, the Appeals Board finds another way to circumvent the Town's road slope provisions on a second application.
Citizen Petition Submitted to Regulate Cell Towers in Limington
High Impact / Low Revenue Projects Coming to Limington
Are Ex Parte Communications Destroying the Credibility of the Planning Board?
August 3, 2000 Planning Board ignores zoning ordinance
Resident's concerns brushed aside on gravel pit
Paint Ball Industry Struggles to Overcome Rambo Image
Low Income Housing Application submitted to Planning Board
Four more cell towers?
Local Forum Closed
Letters to the Editor
Freedom of Speech
Little Useful Information Presented at Low-Income Housing Meeting
Question: When is an informational meeting not an informational meeting? Answer: When the townspeople leave with more question than when they arrived.
July 26, 2000 Short Takes:
Cell Tower Constructed
Business Tax Collection in Full Gear
Linking the .net to the .org
Letters to the Editor
To The Taxpayers of Limington who Were Not Consulted
Dearborn Brothers Construction Withdraws Offer to Pave Road
Out of Town Construction Firm now says that the Mill Turn Road is the Responsibility of the Limington Townspeople
July 19, 2000 Citizen Petition Submitted to Protect Residential Properties from Gravel Pits
Registrar of Voters validates 107 Citizen Signatures
Watch Out "Survivor", Limington has it's own "Reality TV"
Planning Board Meetings, Selectmen Meetings, and Limington Parade are all on cable
Flavor of Yesteryear captured by Limington Historical Society
Lawyers Agree on Road Slope
Appeals Board Had No Right To Give Variance
Town Establishes Official Website
Your tax dollars at work...
Residents have Second Thoughts on Gravel Pit
A gravel pit next to Boyd Pond is proposed by Dearborn Construction with an entrance on the Mill Turn Road
June 28, 2000 Heated Discussions at Gravel Pit Site Walk
Cell Tower Approved in Limington
This is the first cell tower to come before the Limington Planning Board.
The Secrets Behind the Politics, Planning Board, and Low Income Housing Project Coming to Limington...
Comment Period Kept Secret on Low-Income Housing Project. Selectman worries about increased crime and residents worry about local impact.
June 8, 2000 SAD 6 School Board votes to Ban Cell Phones
Cellular Phones and pagers to be prohibited from school even if left turned off during the day.
May 16, 2000 Election Day is Tuesday June 13th
Primary Election for US Congress, Primary Election for Maine Legislature, Primary Election for Probate Positions, and Budget Approval for SAD 6 to be held. Sample Ballots are also available.
Cable Company Releases List of Roads
Table of Limington Roads which will receive Cable are listed here.
Results of the May 4th Special Town Meeting
Voters to make Selectmen Sweat...
All Articles pass except for air conditioning.
May 4, 2000 Controversial Sign to Stay
Appeals Board rules that the Planning Board made a mistake by not considering the sign that was not shown on the application.
Analysis of the Articles at the May 4th Special Town Meeting
April 27, 2000 Shortfall Haunts New Municipal Complex
Selectmen propose to spend more money on the New Town Hall, sell the
Rt. 25Fire Barn to SAD 6, and revisit Water Quality Testing and Cable TV issues from the Annual Town Meeting.
April 19, 2000
Sign Controversy Update...
CEO says sign is not grandfathered and no permit can legally be issued. However, he has issued no order to remove the sign either.
April 16, 2000 Secrecy at Town Hall
Is the Planning Board to become a secret tribunal where only the members are allowed to know the rules?
Editorial by Dick Jarrett
Results of the Personal Property Tax Poll
SAD 6 Continues to Wrestle with Bomb Threats
SAD 6 Holds Forum on Bomb Threats
March 30, 2000 SAD 6 to Escalate War on Bomb Threats
Editorial by the Limington Free Press
Is the Personal Property Tax Anti-Business?
Is the Personal Property Tax Hurting Business in Limington?
Article and POLL
Ink Is Still Drying in Limington
Sign Presents Ethical Dilemma for Planning Board Member
March 23, 2000 Better Late than Never
Town to purchase Video Equipment for Cable Access
March 17, 2000 Eighty Percent Cable Coverage by 8/31/2000
Eighty Percent of Non-cabled Roads in Limington to Receive Cable by the End of August
Selectmen say NO to Voters
Selectmen say NO to Clean Water
In an apparent attempt to thwart the will of the voters, the selectmen have enlisted the aid of the town attorney to prevent any of the money that was authorized by the voters at the annual town meeting to be used for water quality testing.
March 9, 2000 Planning Board Elects First Woman Chairperson
Wendy Walker elected to chair the Board
Board critizes Dick Jarrett for $600 budget amendment
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