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Elementary school reaches outbreak status; mandatory mask use reinstated


On Tuesday, May 10, 2022 the School Board voted to reinstate a mask mandate at the Pond Cove Elementary School for all students, staff, and visitors beginning May 11.  The decision followed the Maine Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (MCDC…

Council approves charge for ad hoc Housing Diversity Study Committee


The Appointments Committee was charged by the Town Council to draft a charge for an ad hoc affordable housing committee on March 14, 2022.  The Appointments Committee, made up of councilors Nicole Boucher, Susan Gillis, and Timothy Reiniger, met on …

Council approves Technical Amendments package


Following a public hearing in which no comments were received, on Monday, May 9, 2022 the Town Council voted 7-0 in favor of approving the Ordinance Committee's proposed Technical Amendments.  The Ordinance Committee reviewed the package of amendmen…

Council to hold two public hearings tonight


Included in the Town Council May 9, 2022 agenda are two public hearings.  The first will be a public hearing on Technical Amendments as proposed by the Ordinance Committee.  The Ordinance Committee reviewed the package of amendments approved by the …

Greenbelt Gazette


The latest issue of the Greenbelt Gazette is now available here.

Housing Diversity Study webpage


In anticipation of the work to be completed over the next four months by Camoin Associates for the Housing Diversity Study, a new webpage has been created.  The Housing Diversity Study webpage, found on the town homepage under the "Town Spotlight" s…

Finance Committee reviews School Board FY2023 Budget


On Monday, April 25, 2022 the Town Council Finance Committee reviewed the School Board Budget Fiscal Year 2023 without further need for additional meetings.  Superintendent Christopher Record, School Board Finance Chair Phil Saucier, and Business Ma…

Council approves two bond order requests from school board


On Monday, April 11, 2022 the Town Council voted to approve two separate bond order requests from the School Board.  The first bond order, in the amount of $1,161,082  is to finance a School Revolving Renovation Fund (SRRF) for ten separate school i…

Planning Board tables Carr Woods project to June


The Planning Board met on Tuesday, April 19, 2022 for a review and public hearing on the recently resubmitted application for the proposed Carr Woods condominium project.  Having met on September 21, 2021 for an earlier public hearing, the developer…

Recycling Center adds extra hours for spring cleaning


Spring is Finally Here! Time to Clean Up the Yard!The Recycling Center will be open for the disposal of residential leaf and yard wastes on the Sundays listed below.  As a reminder, items normally destined for the Transfer Station will not be accept…

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