April 06, 2020
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Bangor posts schedule for week’s meetings

BANGOR – Following are city meetings and other activities for the week ahead. All will be held in City Council chambers at City Hall unless otherwise indicated.

. Monday: 5 p.m., City Council’s finance committee, agenda includes review of bids for sodium chloride, moving services for the police department, a water truck and passenger stair unit for Bangor International Airport, a pump station for the Bangor Mall area and a sewer project on Monroe Street.

. Tuesday: 3:45 p.m., water district trustees, 614 State St., agenda includes update on watershed land purchase, a discussion regarding the Taxpayer Bill of Rights and bond projects, recognizing employee Bill Inman for 30 years of service; City Council’s transportation and infrastructure committee, agenda includes discussion regarding pedestrian crossing in front of Eastern Maine Medical Center on State Street, proposed code amendments; 7 p.m., planning board, agenda includes requests from Sleeper & Tharega LLC to change the size of a second-story addition and add a stairway at 458 Main St., from Brooks Holdings LLC to build a 6,000-square-foot manufacturing building at 100V Dowd Road, amendment to official city map removing a portion of the proposed parallel service road located between Gilman and Hogan roads, Dakin Pool improvements site plan.

. Wednesday: 5 p.m., City Council’s business and economic development committee, agenda includes lease of city-owned properties at 136 Maine Ave. and 39 Florida Ave., development agreement with North Side Family Housing Associates,

. Friday: 1 p.m., Penjajawoc Marsh-Bangor Mall management commission, agenda includes review of draft comments regarding Wal-Mart project on Stillwater Avenue, draft management plan and process guidance and criteria suggestions; 5 p.m., City Council, executive session to evaluate city assessor; 5:30 p.m., annual forum for council and school committee candidates, Bangor Public Library lecture room.

For detailed information, visit the city’s Web site at www.bangormaine.gov.


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