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03/11/2020: Solid Waste Committee Applicants Wanted
03/10/2020: Maine CDC will continue to regularly update this page - https://www.maine.gov/dhhs/mecdc/infectious-disease/epi/airborne/corona…
03/02/2020: Spring is slowly approaching and with it comes time for clean-up. Limbs, leaves and debris from what was a relatively mild winter are being gathered and stacked for disposal. Many people choose to compost or chip the winter remnants while others opt for burning. If you are among the latter then here is a bit of background information and few reminders on the process.
03/02/2020: Believe it or not, it’s that time again to donate and shop the Rummage Sale! Thank you to all of those who have donated to make our rummage sale very successful yearly! We love the variety of items of that come but as a reminder we do not accept TVs, or large appliances. Our Sale will be Friday, April 24th from 5pm-7pm $1 entry fee (no early birds), Saturday, April 25th 9am-noon. Our donation times will be by appointment. All proceeds benefit the school’s field trips and additional learning opportunities throughout the year.
03/02/2020: The Bowdoinham Guild of Artisans invites everyone to come to their new show which is now on display at the Chocolate Church in Bath, Maine. Over 15 members are featuring select items from their collections. “We are excited to have this opportunity to show our creations at such a nice venue in Bath and are hoping that a wider audience will enjoy the excellent work from our artisans in Bowdoinham,” says Lynn Sternfels, Chair of the Guild.
02/28/2020: Dirt Roads in Bowdoinham (February 28, 2020)
02/28/2020: Attached are the Maine Department of Transportation posted road regulations.  Enforcement is done by the Maine State Police 207-624-7076
02/21/2020: The Public Restrooms at Mailly Waterfront Park have been repaired and re-opened.  
02/19/2020:   Administrative Assistant
02/19/2020: Work continues to bring fiber optic internet to over 200 homes in the most rural portions of Bowdoinham that currently do not have access to high speed broadband. The project will entail 25 miles of fiber optic broadband cable to be installed on utility poles on portions of the following roads: