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Saturday, November 17, 2018

LISBON Thanksgiving Holiday Department Closure

 

Thanksgiving Holiday Department Closure

In Oberservance of Thanksgiving the following Town Departments will be closed on Thursday, November 22 and Friday, November 23rd:  Town Offices, Library, MTM and Transfer Station.  The Lisbon Police Department will remain open for non-administrative staff.
Thank you and we wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving!
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Lisbon/Lisbon Falls Parking Ban

Lisbon/Lisbon Falls Parking Ban will be in effect from midnight tonight until 8:00 pm, Friday, November 16, 2018.

Lisbon/Lisbon Falls Parking Ban will be in effect from midnight tonight until 8:00 pm, Friday, November 16, 2018.
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Wednesday, November 14, 2018

LISBON October Conservation Commission Minutes

October Conservation Commission Minutes

Lisbon Conservation Commission Meeting Report
October 16, 2018, at Frank’s.




The Conservation Commission of October 16, 2018, was called to order at 6:00 pm.   Attending  were members Richard Nadeau, Alan Seamens and Richard Main,  Also attending was Alan Ward (Council Representative) and Mark Stevens(Staff Advisor.)  Annica McGuirk was excused.

We discussed four town properties:  Village/Lisbon Street, Summer Street Park, Gazebo Memorial Park and Capital Avenue Park.  The Village Street property is slated for cleanup and use as “green space” by Lisbon residents.  A portion of the recently awarded community block grant allots monies for the projected uses.

The Summer Street Park has had some cleanup of undergrowth to provide for parking and increased uasge.  At some point in the future, the tentative thoughts are to identify the park as “dog friendly.”

We decided that Gazebo Memorial Park really did not need replacement of the two invasive Norway Maple and, as a Commission, voted to recommend placement of urban friendly trees in another town space – location to be determined.

The members of the Commission also discussed future uses of the Capital Avenue Park.  Discussion of possible picnic tables (in addition to the one there), chairs or benches and an area for light recreation.  Handicap parking is also projected.

Members of the Commission also discussed possible use of municipal “brownfield” sites for municipal solar farms.  Richard will research other municipalities which have created solar farms and get specific information on cost, payback and result.  The Commission will invite a representative of the industry to the next meeting, November 19, at MTM Center.

A discussion followed about community composting programs.  Richard will check out programs in other municipalities and feasibility of creating such a program in Lisbon.  We are mindful that such a program is labor intensive and requires a large space for the materials.

The Commission hopes to encourage such programs which have a true benefit to the community and reduce tax costs.

Respectfully,

Richard Main, Chairperson.
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LISBON Conservation Commission Meeting

Conservation Commission Meeting

Agenda NOV 19, 6 PM at MTM

AGENDA
Conservation Commission
monday november 19, 2018
                                                                        MTM Center
6:00 P.M.
1.   CALL TO ORDER

2.   ROLL CALL

_ _Annica McGuirk                             Alan Seamans                            Richard Main

Mark Stevens Staff                              Richard Nedeau                          Alan Ward Councilor


3.         Meeting with ReVision Energy

    
4.  Other Business    Composting Discussion

5.   ADJOURNMENT
 
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LISBON Senior's Thanksgiving Dinner Date Change due to the weather

Senior's Thanksgiving Dinner Date Change due to the weather

Thankgiving dinner will be held at the MTM Center located at 18 School Street tomorrow, Thursday November 15, at noon instead of Friday because of the weather forcast.  Please call the Lisbon Parks and Recreation for more information. Office 353-2289
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LISBON PLANNING BOARD VACANCY

Planning Board Vacancy

The Town of Lisbon currently has a vacancy position for the Planning Board.  If you are interested in becoming a member of the Planning Board, please submit an application.
Planning Board Application
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LISBON Public Hearing Notice - Liquor Lic for Walts- Special Entertainment Permit for Coombs Mountfort

Public Hearing Notice - Liquor Lic for Walts- Special Entertainment Permit for Coombs Mountfort

For December 4, 2018 Council Agenda

Notice is hereby given that the Lisbon Town Council intends to hold a public hearing on December 4, 2018 at 7:00 PM in the Town Office Public Meeting Room to hear comments on a new Liquor License for Walt’s Place, located at 13 Village Street in Lisbon, ME.
The Council will also hold a public hearing on December 4, 2018 at 7PM to hear comments on a renewal Special Entertainment Permit for the Coombs-Mountfort American Legion Post 158 located at 10 Webster Road, Lisbon, ME.
The public is invited to attend.
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Lisbon Water Department Office Closure

The Lisbon Water Departments business office will be closed November 15, 2018, for staff to receive mandatory training. If you have a water emergency please call the Lisbon Police Dept. at 353-2500 and a water technician will contact you ASAP.
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Council Minutes - Special

October 30, 2018

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Monday, November 12, 2018

RABIES CLINIC

 

Rabies Clinic

At LRAH located at 1981 Lisbon Road, Lewiston

A Rabies Clinic will be held at the Lisbon Road Animal Hospital located at 1981 Lisbon Road, in Lewiston on December 8, 2018 from 12:00 PM until done.  Call 784-5421 for an appointment.  The fee is $20 per pet cash or checks only!  Dogs must be on leashes and cats in carriers.  Please bring in last years rabies certificate.
Dog licenses expire December 31, 2018.  Renew your dog's license prior to January 31, 2019 to avoid the $25 late fee per dog.
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LISBON PLANNING BOARD MINUTES - AUGUST 9, 2018

 

Planning Board Minutes

August 9, 2018

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Wednesday, November 7, 2018

LISBON TOWN OFFICE CLOSURE

Lisbon Town Offices Closed

In observance of Veterans Day, Lisbon Town Offices will be closed Monday, November 12, 2018.
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NOVEMBER 6, 2018 ELECTION RESULTS


 
 
 
 
ANNUAL MUNICIPAL & REFERENDUM ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 2018
Box 1 Hand Tally
Auxilary
Number Ballots
Cast
FOR COUNCIL MEMBER
AT LARGE (Vote for One)
    TOTAL 
Normand Roland Albert, Jr 3268   3268
Blanks 749   749 4017
FOR COUNCIL MEMBER
District 1 (Vote for One)
    TOTAL 
Kasie Lyn Kolbe 1544   1544
Blanks 438   438 1982
FOR COUNCIL MEMBER
District 2 (Vote for One)
    TOTAL 
Allen Scott Ward 1646   1646
Blanks 389   389 2035
FOR SCHOOL COMMITTEE
(Vote for Two)
    TOTAL 
Kathi Louise Yergin 1943   1943
Kimberly Ann Labbe-Poisson 1607   1607
Herbert Leslie Reed 1302   1302
Blanks 3182   3182 8034
FOR WATER COMMISSION
(Vote for One)
    TOTAL 
Marie Alvina Hale 3289   3289
Blanks 728   728 4017
  Box #1 Hand Tally
Auxilary
Number Ballots
Cast
QUESTION 1
BOND - $294,000 Huston St to Compact Line
TOTAL   
YES 2518   2518
NO 1315   1315
Blanks 184   184 4017
QUESTION 2
BOND - $430,000 Route 196 to Huston St
TOTAL 
YES 2533   2533
NO 1330   1330
Blanks 154   154 4017
QUESTION 3
BOND - $675,000 Purchase Fire Truck
TOTAL 
YES 2463   2463
NO 1412   1412
Blanks 142   142 4017
Box #1 Box #2 Box #3 Total Number Ballots
Cast
Governor: & Hand Tally
Alan Caron   18 16 17 51
Teresea Hayes 147 113 65 325
Janet Mills   667 475 394 1536
Shawn Moody   944 713 403 2060
Blanks/Overvotes 23 15 10 48 4020
U.S. House District 2:
Tiffany Bond   124 79 80 283
Jared Golden   737 528 399 1664
William Hoar   29 26 20 75
Bruce Poliquin   877 673 383 1933
Blanks/Overvotes 32 26 7 65 4020
U.S. Senate:
Eric Brakey   779 617 349 1745
Angus King   850 601 470 1921
Zak Ringelstein  150 99 63 312
Blanks/Overvotes 20 15 7 42 4020
State Senator District 22
Lois Kilby-Chesley 699 482 418 1599
Jeffrey Timberlake 1049 797 441 2287
Blanks/Overvotes 51 53 30 134 4020
Rep to the Legislature Distrist 56
Richard Mason 1066 838 481 2385
Martha Poliquin 699 464 391 1554
Blanks/Overvotes 34 30 17 81 4020
Judge of Probate:  
Michael Dubois   1462 1108 680 3250
Blanks/Overvotes 337 224 209 770 4020
Sheriff: 
Eric Samson  1407 1010 689 3106
Blanks/Overvotes 392 322 200 914 4020
District Attorney:
S. Thomas Carey   896 699 381 1976
Andrew Robinson   794 545 453 1792
Blanks/Overvotes 109 88 55 252 4020
Question 1: Universal Home Care Program
YES 616 454 392 1462
NO 1150 865 476 2491
Blanks/Overvotes 33 15 12 60 4013
Question 2:  Wastewater treatment bond  
YES 866 656 449 1971
NO 896 656 404 1956
Blanks/Overvotes 37 22 27 86 4013
Question 3:  Highways and bridges bond 
YES 1021 778 540 2339
NO 739 535 313 1587
Blanks/Overvotes 39 21 27 87 4013
Question 4: Public universities bond
YES 787 596 385 1768
NO 973 714 474 2161
Blanks/Overvotes 39 24 21 84 4013
Question 5: Community colleges bond
YES 991 762 478 2231
NO 776 553 382 1711
Blanks/Overvotes 32 19 20 71 4013