Swanville News

By Patty Keyes | Feb 01, 2020
Courtesy of: JoAn Petersen Here's where you can get sand for emergencies — up to two 5-gallon buckets.


Time's up for licensing dogs

As of Feb. 1, a state-mandated late fee of $25 is added to the dog licensing fees of $6 for neutered and spayed dogs, and $11 for unneutered/unspayed dogs. Dogs must be licensed; licenses are available at Town Hall.

Sand available for personal use

The transition of the town sand and salt pile to the field behind Town Hall will take at least a year. In the meantime, if you need some help with dangerous driveway conditions, you may fill no more than two 5-gallon buckets from the small pile in the front parking lot of Town Hall.

Please do not visit or attempt to fill your needs from the old sand pile location.

'Owl Prowl'

Join the Belfast Bay Watershed Coalition for an "Owl Prowl" in Swanville Saturday, Feb. 8, from 6 to 7:30 p.m. It will start with a short presentation about resident owls by Mike Shannon. Then everyone will venture out to look and listen under the full moon for owls, led by Ron Harrell. Meet at Cloe and David's farm at 6 p.m. at 210 Oak Hill Road. Snow date will be Feb. 9. For more information, call 338-1147.


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