Prospect Town News

By Jamie Fitzjurls | Apr 08, 2019

prospecttowndeputy@fairpoint.net

567-3661

I would like to start off my column with an apology to all who were affected by the unexpected office closure on March 21 and 22. The flu didn’t last very long but was very debilitating. Jill and I are back up and running at normal speed now. Thank you to all who wished us well.

Town elections took place March 29. Joe Rego won the spot for selectman and Elwin Boynton won for road commissioner in a very close race with Harland Gamble. Congratulations to all who won. Town meeting was March 30 where we gave a farewell to longtime Selectman Diane Terry. Diane has been with the town since 1977 and will be a missed asset to our team. We wish her all the best in her retirement! At the town meeting the Mining Ordinance was voted on by secret paper ballot. It passed with 44 in favor and 11 opposed.

I would like to thank Denise Norman for joining the Appeals Board. We still are looking for one more member. Interested people should contact the Town Office for more information, 567-3661.

Terry and Pamela Carson of Prospect are currently selling 14.5 acres of blueberry fields on Route 1A in Stockton Springs. The asking price is $65,000, for more details or to make an offer call 322-4956 or email Terry at marlin95@aol.com.

Waldo County Triad offers double-sided green reflective house number signs. These are $10 without a post and $15 with a post. The sign will be delivered to your residence and installed. To order yours, call the Triad at 1-866-426-7555.

Upcoming Events at the Community Center

The first Community Supper of the season will take place Saturday, April 13, 4 to 6 p.m. The price is still $8 for adults and $2 for children.

The Community Club is offering one $500 “Raymond Webster Scholarship” to further education for a graduating Prospect senior. Applications are available at the guidance office at Bucksport High School and are due back before May 1.

On April 24 the Community Club will be making May Day Baskets for distribution to the elderly and seriously ill residents of Prospect. On May 1 the tradition of delivering the baskets will take place. To volunteer for either day, call Linda Gamble or Barbara Tilley at 567-3267.

Finally, any Prospect seniors looking for volunteer hours should contact Linda Gamble, 567-3615, or Dodie Webster at 567-3593. Linda is looking for volunteers for the community suppers and Dodie is looking for any who wish to help clean up the cemeteries and veterans memorial.

 

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