Millinocket Mill Site Headlines
Our Katahdin Awarded $5.3 Million grant to invest in former mill site
It's Our Heritage - Bangor Daily News
Collins, King, Poliquin Applaud Purchase of Former Millinocket Mill - Joint Statement
Sen. King Tours Katahdin Region and Former Mill Site in Hopes of Economic Development - WABI 5
Nonprofit buys former Great Northern Paper holdings in Millinocket - Portland Press Herald
Katahdin group buys former Great Northern Paper mill site in Millinocket - Bangor Daily News
Millinocket receives portion of mill site in 'Our Katahdin' deal - News Center Maine
Nonprofit acquires Millinocket mill site, plans collaboration with town on redevelopment - Mainebiz
Our Katahdin Newsletter - Spring 2020
Greetings from your friends at Our Katahdin. We hope you are keeping healthy and safe during these truly extraordinary times. We are inspired to see our community banding together and supporting each other as we find new ways of living and staying productive.
Like you, we are so grateful to our dedicated local healthcare professionals, first responders, retail employees, educators, volunteers and other essential frontline workers who remain the courageous engines of our community and country, now more than ever. COVID-19 is affecting all of us, either through direct health effects or indirectly through unprecedented closures. These effects are felt most strongly by our most vulnerable populations.
Our Katahdin Newsletter - Fall 2019
Our Katahdin had a busy summer, and we are pleased to share what we've been up to. A few highlights include:
- Paying the back taxes owed to the Town of Millinocket for GNP West in the amount of $160,815.27 to resolve the town liens on the mill property.
- Mailing the payment check to the IRS for the remainder of the $450,000 settlement. The IRS received the check on October 15th and now has 30 days to discharge the lien on the Millinocket mill site property.
- Transporting and refurbishing electric transformers to the Millinocket mill site. These will be critical to stepping down power to distribute electricity to the existing buildings.
- Completing the Brownfield clean-up process at 230 Penobscot, which paves the way for further renovations in the spring.
Our Katahdin Newsletter - Summer 2019
Happy 4th of July! With expected temperatures in the 90's for our 4th Annual Cornhole Tournament this Friday at 4:00 pm, summer has arrived! Come join the fun and watch teams huck bean bags to support Our Katahdin at the Scootic In in downtown Millinocket. The Scootic will have a beer tent and we'll bring the koozies! Keep the downtown fun going with a street dance that starts next door at the Bandstand at 7:00 pm.
To learn more about the work we've been up to, please keep reading for updates on the mill site, the IRS lien, 230 Penobscot and more!
We hope everyone has a fun and safe time visiting with family and friends over the holiday weekend.
Our Katahdin and IRS agree to settlement terms on federal tax lien
Millinocket, ME - Our Katahdin, a 501(c)(3) non-profit, has reached a $450,000 settlement amount with the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) that will allow for full discharge of the $1.5 million federal lien on the 1,400-acre former Great Northern Paper mill site in Millinocket. This federal lien is a legacy debt that came with the property and has been a primary impediment to redeveloping the mill site.