News and Updates
06/28/2019: The Select Board is asking residents to provide input on the next town manager. What attributes do you believe the next manager should have? If you have any thoughts, please attend the July 9th Select Board meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the Coombs Municipal Building to provide comments or email any Select Board member:
06/21/2019: Information about the 2019 Summer Concert Series is now available to view online! Check out our calendar for a full schedule of events.
06/20/2019: The Select Board is asking residents to provide input on the next town manager. What attributes do you believe the next manager should have? If you have any thoughts, please attend the July 9th Select Board meeting at 5:30 p.m. at the Coombs Municipal Building to provide comments or email any Select Board member: Tony Lewis: firstname.lastname@example.org Jeremy Cluchey: email@example.com
06/11/2019: Location: 11 School Street, Bowdoinham Polls Closed Bowdoinham Results: MSAD #75 District Budget Referendum Election Results
05/30/2019: Residents in the ConnectME Infrastructure Grant area will be receiving postcards asking for their support. To achieve the maximum scoring for the ConnectME grant we need to demonstrate that at least 85% of the 200 underserved addresses (170 addresses) support our grant application. To show your support for the ConnectME grant application you can go to https://lcifiber.net/bowdoinham to fill out and submit the simple on-line Internet Support Survey.
05/09/2019: The Town will be partnering with Lincolnville Communications, Inc. (LCI) to apply for a ConnectME Infrastructure Grant this June in hopes of bringing high-speed internet to the unserved areas of Bowdoinham. To make our best case to win the highly competitive ConnectME grant, we need 85% of the homes/business located in the project area (green area) to sign onto the support letter for the project (either online at lcifiber.net/bowdoinham or at the Town Office).
05/08/2019: What is rabies? Rabies is a disease that is caused by a virus. It affects the brain and spinal cord and can cause death if left untreated. Rabies in people is very rare in the United States, but rabies in animals - especially wildlife - is common in most parts of the country including Maine. An animal with rabies is called a “rabid” animal. How is rabies spread?