The Bridgton Planning Board will conduct a Public Hearing at The Bridgton Town Office, Three Chase Street, Suite 1, Bridgton, Maine on Tuesday June 6, 2017 beginning at 7:00p.m. to consider the following application:
Woods Pond Village Subdivision
Submitted by Ira Sochet and Betty L. Legoff
Route 117 in Bridgton near The Denmark Town Line Map 4 Lot 15
The application is available for viewing at the Bridgton Town Office Monday-Friday 8:00a.m. to 4:00p.m. All interested individuals are invited to attend at the above place and time to present any comments. The Board reserves the right to conduct any other routine business as necessary.
TOWN OF BRIDGTON
The Town of Bridgton is seeking Quotes for trash pickup on a regular basis with the option of extra pickups if needed at the Salmon Point Campground located on Salmon Point Road, Bridgton Maine 04009.
The applicant must have proof of insurance and supply a w-9.
The campground consists of 58 RV sites, 4 tent sites, a public beach and dumpsters.
Quotes must be received no later than May 19, 2017 at 4:00 P.M.
Inquiries should be directed to Bob Morse, Campground Manager at 207-647-5229
The Town of Bridgton is seeking proposals for the provision of one (1) Police Cruiser. Contingent on a favorable vote at Town Meeting, June 13, 2017.
Sealed proposals must be received by the Office of the Chief of Police no later than Friday, July 7, 2017 at 2:00 PM at which time all proposals shall be opened.
The Town reserves the right to waive any informalities in the proposal process and will award the contract(s) based upon those proposals that meet and are in the best interest of the Town of Bridgton.
Inquiries should be directed to Richard Stillman, Chief of Police
at 207-647-8815 or email@example.com.
Chief of Police
Town of Bridgton
Release Date: July 10, 2015
CODERED Emergency Alert System -Voice Over IP (VOIP)
The Cumberland County Regional Communications Center began using the CODERED emergency Alert system about a month ago and reports that the system is working well.
According to Director Bill Holmes, “staff members report that the system is easy to use and functions well.” Holmes said that last week, the CODERED system was used to alert area residents / businesses in Windham of a missing elderly woman. Within minutes, after receiving the alert notice, a local bank called to report that the woman reported missing was inside the bank.
An update to the initial CODERED implementation includes notifying citizens in Cumberland County using VOIP telephones who wish to receive the emergency alert notices that they will need to “opt in” their telephone information in order to alert notices.
Citizens can opt in their cellular telephones and VOIP telephones by going to the Cumberland County website at cumberlandcounty.org and selecting the CODERED Icon.
Additional questions may be directed to Glen Glarland, Fire Chief for the Town of Bridgton, at 207-647-8814
Georgiann M. Fleck
Public Information Officer