Candidates for November Election

August 9, 2017

Candidates for November 7, 2017, Referendum and Municipal Election as of August 9, 2017* are as follows: Independent Candidates: (Contingent upon receipt of required signatures/paperwork) Name Position Sought Ward or City-wide Term Length John Levesque Mayor City-wide 3 Years Mary Ellen Fitzpatrick School Board Ward 5 3 Years Dan Chasse City Councilor Ward 6 3… Read more »

Online Streetlight Outage Reporting

August 2, 2017

Central Maine Power has just let us know that street light outages can now be reported quickly and easily online. Simply click on this link: http://www.cmpco.com/Outages/CMPstreetlightoutageform.html, Enter the required information (including pole number) Hit submit and print off the confirmation page for your records. It’s that easy! CMP crews will make the repairs as quickly… Read more »

Aging Well in Waterville Survey

July 12, 2017

Aging Well in Waterville is a group of citizens working to ensure that Waterville will be an aging friendly community. Waterville is one of 38 (as of 7-10-17) Maine communities registered with AARP working to make the community responsive to aging. Newly released census figures show Maine as having the highest median ages in the country. In over… Read more »

Freedom of Access and Public Meetings

June 29, 2017

Regarding the question of Freedom of Access and public meetings, the following is a statement from City Attorney William Lee: “There was a long article in the Sentinel recently where some people were raising conflict of interest questions and whether the Freedom of Access law had been violated because three councilors had been in attendance… Read more »

Election Results 2017

June 13, 2017

  June 13, 2017, State Referendum Election – Ballot Question: “Do you favor a $50,000,000 bond issue to provide $45,000,000 in funds for investment in research, development and commercialization in the State to be used for infrastructure, equipment and technology upgrades that enable organizations to gain and hold market share, to increase revenues and to… Read more »

AOS 92 Summer Meal Program

May 31, 2017

AOS 92 will again be offering a FREE summer meal program for kids 18 years and younger. The program will run Monday through Friday beginning June 26 and ending on August 18. No meals are served on weekends or on the Independence Day (July 4) holiday. See below for a complete schedule of sites and… Read more »

Waterville Rocks!

May 24, 2017

  Waterville Rocks! is a series of four outdoor concerts presented for the enjoyment of the greater Waterville community. At these concerts, families and friends gather in historic downtown Waterville, lay down a blanket in Castonguay Square, listen to awesome local music, and dance and socialize with others in the community. Established in 2016 by… Read more »

The Appalachian Trail Conservancy Conference

May 1, 2017

The Appalachian Trail Conservancy (ATC) holds a conference every two years at different locations in the Eastern US. In 2017, the conference will be held right here in Waterville at Colby College August 4-11. This week-long event includes over 240 hikes, numerous workshops, and excursions to local areas of interest. The conference will also include ATC’s… Read more »

Concourse Parking Notice

April 21, 2017

The revised Concourse layout (shown on the map below), was recommended to the City by the Downtown Parking Committee. ALL DAY parking spots have been relocated to south central areas of the Concourse. At this time, the number of ALL DAY spaces have not been reduced. 2-Hour spaces have been reserved around the perimeter of… Read more »

New Farmers’ Market Location

April 20, 2017

The Waterville City Council approved the new location for the Downtown Waterville Farmers Market at their April 18th meeting. The new location is Castonguay Square and Common Street. Opening day is Thursday, April 27th. Rain or shine, the Market will be open from 2 – 6 PM every Thursday through November 16th. NOTE: Due to… Read more »