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09/14/2017 Fall Cleanup 2017: Disposal fees waived for residential users Oct. 14-30; refuse-disposal area open Sundays between Oct. 22 and Nov. 12
09/13/2017 Proposed single-use bag fees, ban on polystyrene foam sent back to committee
09/13/2017 Town accepting applications for bottle-shed proceeds to benefit Cape youth
09/12/2017 Participation growing, but more sought for Comprehensive Plan online discussion
09/12/2017 Rules reining domestic fowl, other animals set for hearing Oct. 11
09/08/2017 Four to vie for two Town Council seats in Nov. 7 municipal election
09/01/2017 Town services closed Labor Day; Recycling Center open Tuesday, Sept. 5
08/29/2017 Complaints prompt officials to keep an eye on speeding
08/28/2017 Ticketed access to Portland Head Light tower on 'Open Lighthouse Day' Sept. 9
08/22/2017 Next phase of Fort Williams Park arboretum approved through 2017
08/18/2017 Two honored for 30 years service with the town
08/18/2017 Shoreline Access Survey open until Sept. 15
08/17/2017 Town Council sets workshop with advisory committee on issues facing Fort Williams Park
08/17/2017 Spurwink School Committee reactivated
08/17/2017 New ordinance prohibits recreational marijuana establishments
08/17/2017 Zoning changes clarify agricultural open space, create district for cell-phone tower
08/16/2017 Maine educators chosen as principals for Pond Cove, Cape Middle School
08/15/2017 Council reconsiders, votes down motion to begin paper-street vacation
08/14/2017 Stonegate Trail work event Aug. 15
08/11/2017 Town offices, library closed for employee training, recognition Aug. 17
08/07/2017 Increase in school subsidy reduces expected property tax for 2018
08/07/2017 Request an absentee ballot for Nov. 7 election
08/05/2017 Cape bibs finish 20th annual TD Beach to Beacon



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