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Caribou Planning Board Workshop

The Caribou Planning Board will hold a workshop on Thursday, August 17, 2017 @ 5:30 pm in City Council Chambers, 25 High Street to continue work on the Caribou Zoning Map and Land Use Table.

Notice of Weed Control Spraying

Application for weed control will be made for the city sidewalks on July 16th – July 26th.  Materials are registered by the E.P.A. and will be applied by state certified/licensed applicators.  If you have question on this please call (207) 532-2684.

RSU 39 Offering Free Breakfast & Lunch to Children Under 18

@ Caribou Middle School, 21 Glenn Street

Monday through Thursday – June 26 to July 20

Breakfast is 7:45 am – 8:30 am and Lunch is 11:00 am – 12:15 pm

No names will be taken, no forms need to be filled out. Federal regulations require meals be eaten in the cafeteria. All meals are prepared for immediate consumption. Please remind your children to property dispose of trash. Adults may purchase breakfast for $2.00 and lunch for $4.00, exact change only. Any questions or concerns may be addressed to Louise Dean, Food Service Director; 493-4258 or email ldean@rsu39.org.

New Caribou Elementary School Update

RSU 39 will be hosting an informational meeting to update the public on the progress and timeline of the new Caribou PreK-8 school.

Thursday, June 29 @ 6:00 pm

Caribou Performing Arts Center

2018 ATV Stickers Available

 

City Clerk’s Office – City Office, 25 High Street

MDOT – Wearing Surface Replacement Project for Caribou US Route 1 / B&A Bridge #6255

The Maine Department of Transportation is currently working on the final design of Wearing Surface Replacement Project for the Caribou US Route 1 / B&A Bridge #6255 Win 21670.00 in the City of Caribou. It is estimated that the construction would begin approximately in June 2017 and be completed by August 2017.  (Caribou Bridge #6255 over B&A Railroad, located 1.49 miles northerly of Route 164). Alternating two way traffic will be maintaining with staged construction using a signal closure with traffic signals and jersey barriers for a maximum of 30 calendar days.

See complete notice here: MDOT – Public Notice

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact Devin Anderson at 446-0428.

Public Notice – Spectrum Select/Standard TV

The City has received notice from Charter Communications that on or after May 15, 2017, the following SD & HD channels will be made available on Spectrum Select/Standard TV:

  • BBC America
  • IFC
  • Sundance
  • WeTV

2017 Fishing Law Books Available

In the City Clerk’s Office

25 High Street

Caribou Housing Agency is Accepting Applications

Waiting List is OPEN and is VERY SHORT for the Housing Choice Voucher Program (aka Section 8)

Eligible participants pay 30% of their monthly adjusted income towards a rental unit of their choice.

Application available on line at:

http://www.cariboumaine.org/index.php/departments/caribou-housing-agency-2/applicant-information/how-to-apply/

Or in office at:

Caribou Housing Agency

25 High Street

Caribou ME  04736

Phone:  (207) 493-4234

Fax:  (207) 376-0178

E-Mail:  housing@cariboumaine.org

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Caribou to host 2017 Moose Permit Lottery

Earlier today Chandler Woodcock, Commissioner of the Maine Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife announced that the 2017 Moose Permit Lottery would be held in Caribou.

“This fantastic event, which draws hundreds of people from around Maine and New England, is an excellent opportunity for people to see all that Caribou has to offer,” said City Manager Austin Bleess. “The City is honored to host such a great event.”

Often described as the “hunt of a lifetime” many people wait years to hear their name called at the lottery.  The lottery often receives nearly 49,000 entries, and draws entries from all 50 states and around the world. The lottery is a chance for those that entered to hear their name called, and realize the chance of a lifetime.

The City submitted an application to the Maine IF&W earlier this year and received local support from State Senator Peter Edgecomb for the application. Bleess cited the great leadership of Event and Marketing Coordinator Lydia Kieffer as the driving force behind the application.

Bleess stated “We are very excited to host the event in 2017, and we look forward to hosting a weekend full of activities around the permit lottery.”