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Wastewater Treatment Facility Feasibility Study has been completed.
Statement from the Select Board:
"The Select Board has considered the study returned by Wright Pierce for the Waste Water Treatment Facility [Feasibility] Study as approved at Town Meeting. We do not believe at this time that it is in the Towns best interest to move this project forward. We believe the cost would be too high for the Town to absorb despite potential funding options. For this reason, we do not plan to bring it to a [Town] vote, at this time... We welcome citizen feedback."
Public Hearings- Proposed Ordinance Changes - Check back for details.
March 7, 2018 at 7:30 PM
April 5 at 6 PM (Tentative)
Application, License, and Permit Fees Ordinance, Coastal Waters and Harbor Ordinance, & Shellfish Conservation Ordinance
The Town of Stockton Springs has re-opened the part-time, stipend position of Harbormaster.
This position is responsible for overseeing the activities, maintenance, and operation of Stockton Harbor, and all waters within the Town. Candidates must be able to effectively communicate, operate equipment including water vessel, enforce and comply with Federal, State, and local laws, regulations, and policies. The candidate will be expected to maintain detailed records, attend Harbor Committee meetings, respond quickly and professionally to all Harbor related inquiries, and more. Work schedule requires weekend hours and flexibility throughout the week. Estimated 20 hours a week during peak season, with fewer hours expected during off season.
Applications must be received no later than 5:00 p.m., Monday, March 12, 2018 at the Town Office, 217 Main Street, PO Box 339, Stockton Springs, or via email to email@example.com for consideration. All applicants are encouraged to review the job description below. Application is available below and at the Town Office.
Contact: Courtney O’Donnell, Town Manager, with any questions.
The Town of Stockton Springs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Town Meeting has been set for Saturday, June 16, 2018 at 9am at the Town Office.
Unpaid 2015 taxes will be foreclosed on February 20, 2018. Contact the Town Office if you have questions about your property taxes.
Maine DOT will be performing construction on Rt. 1 beginning .09 of a mile southwest of Devereux Cove Road and extending northeasterly 4.83 (toward the bridge into Prospect). This is expected to begin Summer 2018.
Dog licenses expire Dec. 31st. Make sure you come in and renew for 2018!
1985 GMC Topkick Fire Cat fire truck bids have been received. The Select Board has awarded it to the highest bidder for $3,500. Click HERE for the bid tabulation.
SHELLFISH AREA CLOSED FOR CONSERVATION! Mill Cove near Cape Jellison Bridge. Click HERE for map.
Paving Bid Tabulation 2017
Our FREE online service for burn permits is back in service. Visit www.burningpermit.com, select Maine, then Stockton Springs, and follow prompts.
This year's Annual Report is now available online and at the Town Office.
Click here for full list of 2016 taxpayers. This has been omitted from the report this year. Hard copies are available at the Town Office.
- MeDOT Culvert Replacement on Route 1
- Notice Regarding Property Tax Liens
- MEDOT Discussion on replacement of Cape Jellison Bridge
- Preliminary Plans of Cape Jellison Bridge Project
- Information Packet on Solid Waste Flow & Recycling
2015 Town Report (July 1, 2015 - June 30, 2016)