The City Clerks Office will continue to accept requests for mail in absentee ballots up until Tuesday, October 27. In person absentee voting is available in the Clerk’s Office up until, Monday, November 2, the day prior to the election.
More information can be found here: http://www.cariboumaine.org/…/departm…/city-clerk/elections/
The Caribou City Council will hold a public hearing, Monday, October 19, 2020 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 25 High Street, Caribou, Maine. The public hearing is to consider Ordinance No. 05, 2020 Series, An Ordinance Modifying General Assistance Rates. Copies of the proposed ordinance is available below and in the City Clerk’s Office. Comments can be delivered in person during the meeting or submitted via email to the City Clerk (email@example.com) prior to 5:30 p.m. on the day of the meeting to be read during the public hearing. Comments must include the individuals name and address for the record. Masks are requested if you attend the meeting.
Danielle Brissette, City Clerk
The City of Caribou is soliciting competitive sealed bids for the sale of a Tax Acquired Property.
Property #49: Tax Map 029, Lot 058 – 137 Washburn Street – Land Only .20 Acres, Zoned R-1. Minimum Bid $3,600.00
Bids must be submitted in writing in a sealed envelope with the words “Property Bid # 49” written on the outside of the envelope along with the Tax Map 029 and Lot 058. Bids must be submitted in Attention to: Finance/Tax Collector’s Office, Caribou City Office, 25 High Street, Caribou Maine 04736 no later than 2:00 PM on October 13, 2020 and will be opened publicly at that time. All bids must include a 10% deposit of bid amount in the form of a certified check or money order, return address and phone contact information to be considered. Bid packages on each property are available in the Deputy Tax Collector’s Office at the City Office, 25 High Street and below. Bids will be acted upon by the City Council at 6:00 PM on October 19, 2020 during the regular Council meeting. The City Council reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids deemed within the best interest of the City of Caribou. Purchasers of City-owned property will be issued Quitclaim deeds for the City’s interest under Maine law and should verify any or all encumbrances against the property outside those held by municipal tax lien or deed. No warranties or guaranties can be granted by the municipality to the successful bidder. Bids not paid within 30 days shall be deemed void.
|Caribou Municipal Building|
25 High Street
Caribou, Maine 04736
|Phone: (207) 493-4234|
Fax: (207) 376-0178
FOSTER YOUTH TO INDEPENDENCE (FYI-TPV) VOUCHERS
Caribou Housing AGency is proud to announce that our agency is able to participate in the Foster Youth to Independence Tenant Protection Voucher program.
Foster Youth to Independence Tenant Protection Vouchers (FYI-TPV) allows for Public Housing Authorities (PHAs) to serve youth under the age of 25 with a history of child welfare involvement, for up to 36 months, with Foster Youth to Independence Tenant Protection Vouchers (FYI-TPV).
A young person eligible to receive a FYI TPV under program must meet ALL of the following requirements:
1.) Has attained at least 18 years and not more than 24 years of age;
2.) Left foster care, or will leave foster care within 90 days, in accordance with a transition plan described in section 475(5)(H) of the Social Security Act at age 16 or older; and
3.) Is homeless or is at risk of becoming homeless.
A young person who meets the above requirements and is pregnant and parenting is also eligible as long as the children they are parenting
do not have an open child welfare case.