Survey - Village Wastewater System OR No Village Wastewater System

The Community Development Advisory Committee needs your help!  A number of people in the community have asked that the town look at the pros and cons of installing some kind of waste water treatment system for the village area.  This issue arose through the Town's Comprehensive Planning process, at our October 2017 Bowdoinham Business' Meeting, during the Community Conversations sponsored by BCDI last October and has been mentioned in connection with support of business activity in town. 

Safe Disposal of Medical Sharps

Each year, thousands of Mainers use millions of syringes, pen needles and lancets or “sharps” to control medical conditions like diabetes, arthritis and allergies.

Recycling Changes for Plastics and Glass

With the recent news about China limiting their use and re-use of several types of recyclable materials from the United States, the market for certain plastics and all glass that we used to recycle has changed. We are now no longer able to sell these materials and therefore these materials need to be disposed of with your household garbage.

 

PLASTICS

Most items made from plastic are marked with a number (1 – 7) usually on the bottom of the item inside a triangle of arrows.

 

Browntail Moth Forum

Date: 
Mon, 03/06/2017 - 7:00pm
Location: 
Kendall Meeting Room, John C. Coombs Municipal Building at 13 School Street

Public Works Facility Project Information

UPCOMING MEETINGS

· The Select Board will hold Project Informational Meeting on March 13th at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall, 11 School Street to present information and answer questions.

· A Special Town Meeting will be held on March 28th at 6:00 p.m. at the Town Hall building to ask for approval for funding the Project .

 

The Bowdoinham News - The May-June 2018 Edition is Now Available

 

The Bowdoinham News is published six times per year in January, March, May, July, September and November by the Bowdoinham Department of Community and Economic Development. It is mailed directly to the all households in Bowdoinham (approximately 1,400) and placed on our website.

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