INCORPORATED 171FALMOUTHMAINEMarch 3, 2020 Primary Election-Absentee VotingAbsentee balloting is now being conducted in the Town Hall Clerk's Department throughFebruary 27. Absentee voting allows citizens to cast a ballot without going to a voting place onElection Day. Any registered voter may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person at aPublic Notices During the February 24 Town Council meeting thepublic is invited to provide feedback regarding theFalmouth Fire-EMS staffing study conducted byTravis Miller of Criterion Associates and presentedto the Town Council at their February 10 meeting.This will be an opportunity for residents to givecomment and ask questions regarding the study andthe current staffing structure of Falmouth Fire-EMS.voting place on Election Day. Voters do not need to have a specific reason or be unable to voteat the voting place on Election Day to receive an absentee ballot.Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to the election. Request an absentee ballot bycontacting the Town of Falmouth Clerk's Department at 207-699-5320. Voting by absentee The Short-Term Rentals Public Forum, originallyscheduled for February 6, was cancelled due toinclement weather. The forum will be rescheduled inballot takes place in the Clerk's Department/Council Chambers located on the first floor ofFalmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Road, during regular business hours: Monday 7am-5pm andTuesday-Thursday 8am-5pm. Note: Town Hall will be open extended hours until 7pm onThursday, February 27, 2020 for absentee voting.the coming weeks. FMI: Maggie Fleming,mfleming@falmouthme.org or 207-699-5329.More info on the upcoming election and sample ballots can be found online at: https://www.falmouthme.org/town-clerk/pages/march32020-presidential-primary. Questions may beFalmouth Community Programs55+ Newsletterdirected to the Clerk's Office at 207-781-5253.The latest edition of Falmouth Parks & CommunityPrograms 55+ Newsletter is now available. This issueTake NoteGet Connected!includes info on the Low Income Home EnergyTown offices will be closed on Monday, February 17in observance of Washington's Birthday.Assistance Program (LIHEAP), aging in place, and aFalmouthme.org/subscribecalendar of activities for February and March 2020.Falmouth Fire-EMS offers free car seat inspections thefirst Thursday of each month, 3pm-6pm at CentralStation, 8 Bucknam Road. The next event will takeVisit https://www.falmouthme.org/parks-and-facebook.com/FalmouthMEcommunity-programs or find copies at Town Hall andthe Mason-Motz Activity Center on Middle Road.@MaineFalmouthplace on Thursday, March 5. INCORPORATED 171 FALMOUTH MAINE March 3, 2020 Primary Election-Absentee Voting Absentee balloting is now being conducted in the Town Hall Clerk's Department through February 27. Absentee voting allows citizens to cast a ballot without going to a voting place on Election Day. Any registered voter may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person at a Public Notices  During the February 24 Town Council meeting the public is invited to provide feedback regarding the Falmouth Fire-EMS staffing study conducted by Travis Miller of Criterion Associates and presented to the Town Council at their February 10 meeting. This will be an opportunity for residents to give comment and ask questions regarding the study and the current staffing structure of Falmouth Fire-EMS. voting place on Election Day. Voters do not need to have a specific reason or be unable to vote at the voting place on Election Day to receive an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to the election. Request an absentee ballot by contacting the Town of Falmouth Clerk's Department at 207-699-5320. Voting by absentee  The Short-Term Rentals Public Forum, originally scheduled for February 6, was cancelled due to inclement weather. The forum will be rescheduled in ballot takes place in the Clerk's Department/Council Chambers located on the first floor of Falmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Road, during regular business hours: Monday 7am-5pm and Tuesday-Thursday 8am-5pm. Note: Town Hall will be open extended hours until 7pm on Thursday, February 27, 2020 for absentee voting. the coming weeks. FMI: Maggie Fleming, mfleming@falmouthme.org or 207-699-5329. More info on the upcoming election and sample ballots can be found online at: https:// www.falmouthme.org/town-clerk/pages/march32020-presidential-primary. Questions may be Falmouth Community Programs 55+ Newsletter directed to the Clerk's Office at 207-781-5253. The latest edition of Falmouth Parks & Community Programs 55+ Newsletter is now available. This issue Take Note Get Connected! includes info on the Low Income Home Energy Town offices will be closed on Monday, February 17 in observance of Washington's Birthday. Assistance Program (LIHEAP), aging in place, and a Falmouthme.org/subscribe calendar of activities for February and March 2020. Falmouth Fire-EMS offers free car seat inspections the first Thursday of each month, 3pm-6pm at Central Station, 8 Bucknam Road. The next event will take Visit https://www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- facebook.com/FalmouthME community-programs or find copies at Town Hall and the Mason-Motz Activity Center on Middle Road. @MaineFalmouth place on Thursday, March 5.

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INCORPORATED 171 FALMOUTH MAINE March 3, 2020 Primary Election-Absentee Voting Absentee balloting is now being conducted in the Town Hall Clerk's Department through February 27. Absentee voting allows citizens to cast a ballot without going to a voting place on Election Day. Any registered voter may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person at a Public Notices During the February 24 Town Council meeting the public is invited to provide feedback regarding the Falmouth Fire-EMS staffing study conducted by Travis Miller of Criterion Associates and presented to the Town Council at their February 10 meeting. This will be an opportunity for residents to give comment and ask questions regarding the study and the current staffing structure of Falmouth Fire-EMS. voting place on Election Day. Voters do not need to have a specific reason or be unable to vote at the voting place on Election Day to receive an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to the election. Request an absentee ballot by contacting the Town of Falmouth Clerk's Department at 207-699-5320. Voting by absentee The Short-Term Rentals Public Forum, originally scheduled for February 6, was cancelled due to inclement weather. The forum will be rescheduled in ballot takes place in the Clerk's Department/Council Chambers located on the first floor of Falmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Road, during regular business hours: Monday 7am-5pm and Tuesday-Thursday 8am-5pm. Note: Town Hall will be open extended hours until 7pm on Thursday, February 27, 2020 for absentee voting. the coming weeks. FMI: Maggie Fleming, mfleming@falmouthme.org or 207-699-5329. More info on the upcoming election and sample ballots can be found online at: https:// www.falmouthme.org/town-clerk/pages/march32020-presidential-primary. Questions may be Falmouth Community Programs 55+ Newsletter directed to the Clerk's Office at 207-781-5253. The latest edition of Falmouth Parks & Community Programs 55+ Newsletter is now available. This issue Take Note Get Connected! includes info on the Low Income Home Energy Town offices will be closed on Monday, February 17 in observance of Washington's Birthday. Assistance Program (LIHEAP), aging in place, and a Falmouthme.org/subscribe calendar of activities for February and March 2020. Falmouth Fire-EMS offers free car seat inspections the first Thursday of each month, 3pm-6pm at Central Station, 8 Bucknam Road. The next event will take Visit https://www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- facebook.com/FalmouthME community-programs or find copies at Town Hall and the Mason-Motz Activity Center on Middle Road. @MaineFalmouth place on Thursday, March 5. INCORPORATED 171 FALMOUTH MAINE March 3, 2020 Primary Election-Absentee Voting Absentee balloting is now being conducted in the Town Hall Clerk's Department through February 27. Absentee voting allows citizens to cast a ballot without going to a voting place on Election Day. Any registered voter may cast an absentee ballot instead of voting in person at a Public Notices During the February 24 Town Council meeting the public is invited to provide feedback regarding the Falmouth Fire-EMS staffing study conducted by Travis Miller of Criterion Associates and presented to the Town Council at their February 10 meeting. This will be an opportunity for residents to give comment and ask questions regarding the study and the current staffing structure of Falmouth Fire-EMS. voting place on Election Day. Voters do not need to have a specific reason or be unable to vote at the voting place on Election Day to receive an absentee ballot. Absentee ballots are available 30 days prior to the election. Request an absentee ballot by contacting the Town of Falmouth Clerk's Department at 207-699-5320. Voting by absentee The Short-Term Rentals Public Forum, originally scheduled for February 6, was cancelled due to inclement weather. The forum will be rescheduled in ballot takes place in the Clerk's Department/Council Chambers located on the first floor of Falmouth Town Hall, 271 Falmouth Road, during regular business hours: Monday 7am-5pm and Tuesday-Thursday 8am-5pm. Note: Town Hall will be open extended hours until 7pm on Thursday, February 27, 2020 for absentee voting. the coming weeks. FMI: Maggie Fleming, mfleming@falmouthme.org or 207-699-5329. More info on the upcoming election and sample ballots can be found online at: https:// www.falmouthme.org/town-clerk/pages/march32020-presidential-primary. Questions may be Falmouth Community Programs 55+ Newsletter directed to the Clerk's Office at 207-781-5253. The latest edition of Falmouth Parks & Community Programs 55+ Newsletter is now available. This issue Take Note Get Connected! includes info on the Low Income Home Energy Town offices will be closed on Monday, February 17 in observance of Washington's Birthday. Assistance Program (LIHEAP), aging in place, and a Falmouthme.org/subscribe calendar of activities for February and March 2020. Falmouth Fire-EMS offers free car seat inspections the first Thursday of each month, 3pm-6pm at Central Station, 8 Bucknam Road. The next event will take Visit https://www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- facebook.com/FalmouthME community-programs or find copies at Town Hall and the Mason-Motz Activity Center on Middle Road. @MaineFalmouth place on Thursday, March 5.

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