Two Edgecomb residents should expect a letter in the next couple days from the select board. Selectman Ted Hugger reported he was “almost ready” to send letters to abutting landowners regarding a newly created, 3.3-acre house lot on McKay Road. In July, selectmen set a $27,500 minimum price.
Blasting is complete and Maine Department of Transportation has been working nights again, according to an MDOT email. Pike has excavated all the blasted ledge from the new parking lot, graveled the area and laid out the stone pad for the retaining wall's concrete footing.
On Thursday, Aug. 16 at approximately 9:49 a.m., Lincoln County sheriff’s deputies responded to a reported rollover involving a loaded fish bait truck on U.S. Route 1 near Mexicali Blues. The fish truck, a 2004 International box truck owned by Purse Line Inc.
A new set of rules are being compiled for Wiscasset Municipal Airport. The airport advisory committee hopes to have the document completed for Town Manager Marian Anderson's review in September. Then it will be passed along to the select board for its approval.
The former Wiscasset Primary School building is back on the market about 19 months after it was sold to a group of investors. Tim Millett, a broker with CBRE Boulos’s Portland office, confirmed the former elementary school is listed at $795,000.
The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is assisting the Wiscasset Police Department with night patrols until the department is staffed adequately. Sheriff’s deputies will patrol from 4 p.m. until 7 a.m. Monday through Friday, a total of 86 hours per week, and Wiscasset Police Sgt.