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INCORPORATED 1718 Absentee Ballots The Clerk's Office is accepting requests for absentee ballots for the November 3 election via the State of Maine Ballot Request Service at apps.web.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/index.pl. Ballots will not be mailed out until 30 days prior to the election. Route 88 Intersections FALMOUTH TALMOUTH Forum 2 on the Route 88 MAINE PUBLIC FORUM 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 recap of Forum 1 (held in December 2019) and allow an opportunity for feedback on proposed improvement "packages." FMI, contact Maggie Fleming at: mfleming@falmouthme.org, 699-5329. FCP Fall Programs Registration Open Falmouth Parks & Community Programs has issued its Fall Brochure and is accepting registrations for Fall programs. Program offerings have been scaled down and participant numbers are limited to meet state guidelines regarding group gatherings. CDC health and safety recommendations will be followed for all programming. Should the need arise, programs will be evaluated on a weekly basis for modification, postponement, or cancellation. Please remain flexible. A Public Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold a virtual public hearing on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public comment on a food service license renewal application for Flagship Premium Cinemas (206 US Route 1). Mask up, Falmouth! Slow the spread of COVID-19 The Town of Falmouth's STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS Senior Property Tax Assistance Program is now Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. accepting applications from Senier PrepetyALMOT Ten Assiahene Pregrem qualified residents. program brochure and registration form can be found at: www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- community-programs. Register: Online: www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- community-programs. Online convenience fees are non-refundable. Mail: Fill out and mail registration form to FCP Registration, 190 Middle Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105. Phone: Call 699-5302 Tues.-Thurs, 9am- 3pm with EFT, credit, or debit payments only. In person: At Mason-Motz Activity Center. Limited numbers of people allowed in the building at one time. Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people. ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Age 62 or older 6 ft Household income below $40,000 per year Current Falmouth resident (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. For more information, visit: https:// www.falmouthme.org/finance/pages/senior-property -tax-assistance. Deadline for applications: October 8. CDC cdc.gov/coronavirus INCORPORATED 1718 Absentee Ballots The Clerk's Office is accepting requests for absentee ballots for the November 3 election via the State of Maine Ballot Request Service at apps.web.maine.gov/cgi-bin/online/AbsenteeBallot/index.pl. Ballots will not be mailed out until 30 days prior to the election. Route 88 Intersections FALMOUTH TALMOUTH Forum 2 on the Route 88 MAINE PUBLIC FORUM 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 recap of Forum 1 (held in December 2019) and allow an opportunity for feedback on proposed improvement "packages." FMI, contact Maggie Fleming at: mfleming@falmouthme.org, 699-5329. FCP Fall Programs Registration Open Falmouth Parks & Community Programs has issued its Fall Brochure and is accepting registrations for Fall programs. Program offerings have been scaled down and participant numbers are limited to meet state guidelines regarding group gatherings. CDC health and safety recommendations will be followed for all programming. Should the need arise, programs will be evaluated on a weekly basis for modification, postponement, or cancellation. Please remain flexible. A Public Notice The Falmouth Town Council will hold a virtual public hearing on Wednesday, September 30, 2020 at 7:00pm via Zoom to hear public comment on a food service license renewal application for Flagship Premium Cinemas (206 US Route 1). Mask up, Falmouth! Slow the spread of COVID-19 The Town of Falmouth's STOP THE SPREAD OF GERMS Senior Property Tax Assistance Program is now Help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases like COVID-19. accepting applications from Senier PrepetyALMOT Ten Assiahene Pregrem qualified residents. program brochure and registration form can be found at: www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- community-programs. Register: Online: www.falmouthme.org/parks-and- community-programs. Online convenience fees are non-refundable. Mail: Fill out and mail registration form to FCP Registration, 190 Middle Rd., Falmouth, ME 04105. Phone: Call 699-5302 Tues.-Thurs, 9am- 3pm with EFT, credit, or debit payments only. In person: At Mason-Motz Activity Center. Limited numbers of people allowed in the building at one time. Stay at least 6 feet (about 2 arms' length) from other people. ARE YOU ELIGIBLE? Age 62 or older 6 ft Household income below $40,000 per year Current Falmouth resident (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. For more information, visit: https:// www.falmouthme.org/finance/pages/senior-property -tax-assistance. Deadline for applications: October 8. CDC cdc.gov/coronavirus