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INCORPORATED 1718 FALMOUTH Paving & Traffic Alert Paving will take place on Gray, Falmouth, Leighton, and Public Hearing Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold a virtual public hearing on Monday, September 14, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public com- ment on an application for a new food service license for Foreside Nutrition, LLC. MAINE Mountain Roads beginning Monday, August 31 as part of the Route 100 Project. Paving is expected to last approximately one week. Work may carry into nighttime hours and may begin as early as Thursday, August 27, schedule and weather permitting. No detours or closures are expected, however, significant traffic delays are anticipated. Travelers are advised to seek alternate routes during this time. Communications Strategic Plan During the September 14 Town Council meeting the public is invited FALMOUTH The Town of Falmouth's to provide feedback and ask questions regarding the proposed Communications Strategic Plan presented to the Town Council at its February 10 meeting. A second presentation will be given at this meeting. The Council designated the creation of a strategic communications plan a top priority and would like an opportunity to Senior Property Tax Assistance Program is now accepting applications from qualified residents. PUBLIC FORUM Senior PropertyFALMOCT Tox Assisience Progrom hear public comment on the proposed plan prior to taking any action. ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Route 88 Intersections Age 62 or older Forum 2 on the Route 88 intersections project (Johnson/Town Landing/Depot Road intersections) will be held on Wednesday, September 23, at 7:00pm via Zoom. The evening will include a brief recap of the results from Forum 1 (held in December 2019) and allow an opportunity for feedback on various specific proposed improvement "packages." FMI, contact Maggie Fleming at: mfleming@falmouthme.org, 699-5329. Household income below $40,000 per year Current resident of Falmouth (owner or renter) Call Pete McHugh at (207) 699-5311 to make an appointment to submit an application. Appointments may be held by phone or via a socially distanced, in-person meeting at Town Hall. Apply early. In order to ensure social distancing, appointment times are limited. Application materials, additional information, and an eligibility worksheet, can be found at: https:// www.falmouthme.org/finance/pages/senior- property-tax-assistance. The deadline for applications is October 8, 2020. Residents are invited to volunteer to clean up litter in Neighborhood neighborhoods and public areas throughout town during Clean-Up Neighborhood Clean-Up Week, September 19-26. Participants will be provided yellow trash bags, masks, September 19-26, 2020 and gloves, and will be entered to win one of several prizes donated by local restaurants. Coordination amongst neighbors is encouraged. Sign up at: www.falmouthme.org/home/webforms/2020-neighborhood- clean-up-week-participant-sign-up by September 11. FALMOUTH INCORPORATED 1718 FALMOUTH Paving & Traffic Alert Paving will take place on Gray, Falmouth, Leighton, and Public Hearing Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold a virtual public hearing on Monday, September 14, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public com- ment on an application for a new food service license for Foreside Nutrition, LLC. MAINE Mountain Roads beginning Monday, August 31 as part of the Route 100 Project. Paving is expected to last approximately one week. Work may carry into nighttime hours and may begin as early as Thursday, August 27, schedule and weather permitting. No detours or closures are expected, however, significant traffic delays are anticipated. Travelers are advised to seek alternate routes during this time. Communications Strategic Plan During the September 14 Town Council meeting the public is invited FALMOUTH The Town of Falmouth's to provide feedback and ask questions regarding the proposed Communications Strategic Plan presented to the Town Council at its February 10 meeting. A second presentation will be given at this meeting. The Council designated the creation of a strategic communications plan a top priority and would like an opportunity to Senior Property Tax Assistance Program is now accepting applications from qualified residents. PUBLIC FORUM Senior PropertyFALMOCT Tox Assisience Progrom hear public comment on the proposed plan prior to taking any action. ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Route 88 Intersections Age 62 or older Forum 2 on the Route 88 intersections project (Johnson/Town Landing/Depot Road intersections) will be held on Wednesday, September 23, at 7:00pm via Zoom. The evening will include a brief recap of the results from Forum 1 (held in December 2019) and allow an opportunity for feedback on various specific proposed improvement "packages." FMI, contact Maggie Fleming at: mfleming@falmouthme.org, 699-5329. Household income below $40,000 per year Current resident of Falmouth (owner or renter) Call Pete McHugh at (207) 699-5311 to make an appointment to submit an application. Appointments may be held by phone or via a socially distanced, in-person meeting at Town Hall. Apply early. In order to ensure social distancing, appointment times are limited. Application materials, additional information, and an eligibility worksheet, can be found at: https:// www.falmouthme.org/finance/pages/senior- property-tax-assistance. The deadline for applications is October 8, 2020. Residents are invited to volunteer to clean up litter in Neighborhood neighborhoods and public areas throughout town during Clean-Up Neighborhood Clean-Up Week, September 19-26. Participants will be provided yellow trash bags, masks, September 19-26, 2020 and gloves, and will be entered to win one of several prizes donated by local restaurants. Coordination amongst neighbors is encouraged. Sign up at: www.falmouthme.org/home/webforms/2020-neighborhood- clean-up-week-participant-sign-up by September 11. FALMOUTH