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INCORPORATED 1718 FALMOUTH Community Discussion on Policing in Falmouth A Community Forum/Discussion about Policing in Falmouth will be held on Wednesday, July 8 at 7:00 PM virtually via Zoom. The public is invited to join the Falmouth Town Council, Town Manager, and the Falmouth Police Department to MAINE Election News The State of Maine Primary, Special Referendum, and Municipal Election will be held July 14. The Clerk's Office is accepting requests for absentee ballots. Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall, call 699-5320 to request a discuss Police Department training, internal policies, and current challenges. More detailed information can be found at ballot by mail, or use the Secretary www.falmouthme.org. of State's online service at: www.maine.gov. Presumpscot Bridge Rehabilitation MaineDOT's Presumpscot Bridge rehabilitation project is underway on the Allen Avenue Extension resulting in temporary one lane closures during daytime work hours. A signal light has been installed to control traffic flow Vehicle Registration Deadline Approaching Vehicle registrations, including temporary registrations, new registrations, and renewals, which were extended due to the pandemic, must be renewed by July 11. On May 26, the Governor signed Executive Order 53-A, which requires a person who can register their vehicle normally through their municipality or a Bureau of Motor Vehicle Office to do so immediately. Secretary of State Dunlap's office issued a July 11 deadline for registration compliance. Residents can register during the lane closures. The Falls Park parking area will also be closed during the project. MaineDOT will be using the area for construction staging but will allow for pedestrians to access the Portland Trails' Presumpscot Falls Park Trail. Visitors and hikers their vehicle at Falmouth Town Hall should park in the Walton Park parking lot. A temporary crosswalk will provide safe access to the trail head. (M-Th. 8:00am-4:00pm) or (in many cases) through the State's online Rapid Renewal service at: www1.maine.gov. INCORPORATED 1718 FALMOUTH Community Discussion on Policing in Falmouth A Community Forum/Discussion about Policing in Falmouth will be held on Wednesday, July 8 at 7:00 PM virtually via Zoom. The public is invited to join the Falmouth Town Council, Town Manager, and the Falmouth Police Department to MAINE Election News The State of Maine Primary, Special Referendum, and Municipal Election will be held July 14. The Clerk's Office is accepting requests for absentee ballots. Request a ballot at Falmouth Town Hall, call 699-5320 to request a discuss Police Department training, internal policies, and current challenges. More detailed information can be found at ballot by mail, or use the Secretary www.falmouthme.org. of State's online service at: www.maine.gov. Presumpscot Bridge Rehabilitation MaineDOT's Presumpscot Bridge rehabilitation project is underway on the Allen Avenue Extension resulting in temporary one lane closures during daytime work hours. A signal light has been installed to control traffic flow Vehicle Registration Deadline Approaching Vehicle registrations, including temporary registrations, new registrations, and renewals, which were extended due to the pandemic, must be renewed by July 11. On May 26, the Governor signed Executive Order 53-A, which requires a person who can register their vehicle normally through their municipality or a Bureau of Motor Vehicle Office to do so immediately. Secretary of State Dunlap's office issued a July 11 deadline for registration compliance. Residents can register during the lane closures. The Falls Park parking area will also be closed during the project. MaineDOT will be using the area for construction staging but will allow for pedestrians to access the Portland Trails' Presumpscot Falls Park Trail. Visitors and hikers their vehicle at Falmouth Town Hall should park in the Walton Park parking lot. A temporary crosswalk will provide safe access to the trail head. (M-Th. 8:00am-4:00pm) or (in many cases) through the State's online Rapid Renewal service at: www1.maine.gov.