Brooksville, Maine Welcomes You!
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today the completion of broadband expansion projects in 22 Maine towns
that extend and enhance FairPoint’s approximately 17,000 mile fiber
optic network, which is the largest, fully-owned and managed
fiber-based network in northern New England. As a result of these
completed projects, improved broadband speeds are available to more
than 6,700 locations in Maine -- in some areas for the first time.
In BROOKSVILLE, the upgrades were completed on portions of the
HENRY POINT ROAD
SOUTH WHARF ROAD
Fishing Derby Results
120 tickets sold
19 fish caught
Biggest Fish Winner
Brown Trout- Ice Auger & Beanie-Patrick Gray 1.3 lbs
Bass-Set of Jack Traps & Beanie-Steve Gray 4.2 lbs
Pickerel-Jet Sled w/hitch & Beanie-Sara Eaton 2.3 lbs
Perch-$50 cash & Beanie-John Lymburner .76 lbs
Brook Trout-$100 cash & Beanie-Ryan Dorr 1.2 lbs
Special Thanks to
Penny’s Embroidery for hats
Gerald Estabrook for pack basket
Giving Hands for quilt
Thomas Distributors for auger and set of tip up traps
Ellsworth Building Supply for jet sled w/hitch
Jack Trap Company for Set of Traps
Dianne Harmon for $25 gift card to LL Bean
Door Prize Winners
Victor Gillen-woman’s fleece jacket w/beanie
Makayla Lebel-men’s fleece jacket w/beanie
Barney Limeburner-set of tip up traps
Victor Gillen-bait trap
Allee Wellman-filet knife
Brooke Clifford-anglers multi tool
Brienna Limeburner-LL Bean trap bag
Ryan Woolsey-fish quilt
Brielle Woolsey-pack basket
Nick Gillen-combo pack (fish scaler/hook disgorger/dip nets/hooks/sounders/ice skimmers)
Tobey Snow-Brooksville 200th sweat shirt adult Lg w/beanie
Katie Keefe-Brooksville 200th sweatshirt youth XL w/beanie
Steve Peasley-Brooksville 200th Denim shirt w/beanie
Patty Tapley- Brooksville 200th blue tee shirt youth Med. w/beanie
Paul Gray- Brooksville 200th red tee shirt youth Med. w/beanie
Hunter Holst- Brooksville 200th hat
Mike Astbury-2 pk ice creepers men’s size 8-12
Cole Andrews-LL Bean gift certificate for $25
NEW TRANSFER STATION GUIDELINES FOR RECYCLABLES
2015 BROOKSVILLE ANNUAL TOWN REPORT
CODE ENFORCEMENT OFFICER'S HOURS
between the hours of 8 a.m and 11 a.m, on the 1st, 2nd, and last week of the month the CEO will be in on Wednesdays.
2017 DOG LICENSES are available.
All dogs must be registered annually by January 31st.
The 2016 licenses expire December 31, 2016. A state mandated late fee of $25 will be charged after January 31, 2017.
Annual Town Reports
Directions to the Walkers Pond Landing (Sedgwick Brooksville Town Landing)
From Coastal Road ME175 in Brooksville turn right onto Caterpillar
Hill Road, ME15/ME 175, go 1.4 miles, turn right onto Cooper Farm Road (*just past a scenic turnout, the Cooper Farm Road is the 1st
road on right after turnout). Almost .2 miles on the Cooper Farm
Road, on the right, is the Walkers Pond Road. The Walkers Pond Road
is a mile long dirt road. Speed limit on this road is 15 mph. At the end
of this road is the Sedgwick Brooksville Town Landing.
BLUE HILL / SURRY TRANSFER STATION
Spring/Summer/Fall Hours 7 a.m.-5 p.m.
Winter Hours 7 a.m. - 4 p.m.
DEMO HOURS Wednesday through Sunday 7:30 to 3:00 pm
HELP US FIND YOU IN AN EMERGENCY!
House number signs, green & white $10.00 each
to order call 326-4904
Leave your name, phone number & address.
We will gladly make them up for you.
Thank you for your help.
THE BROOKSVILLE VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT