Public Meeting - Wastewater Treatment Plant/Clarifier Cleanup

This notice is to inform the public that Our Katahdin is submitting an application to receive funding from the Maine Department of Economic and Community Development Brownfield Revolving Loan Fund (RLF) to perform cleanup activities at the abandoned Wastewater Treatment Plant and Clarifier Structure located off the Medway Road (across from the airport) at the former Great Northern Paper Mill Site. RLF Grant and/or loan funds would be used to abate hazardous building materials and demolish the Site buildings to support redevelopment and reuse of the Site. A copy of the draft application and a Draft Analysis of Brownfield Cleanup Alternatives (ABCA) is currently available for public review at the Our Katahdin office located at 245 Aroostook Avenue in Millinocket, and on Our Katahdin’s website.

Our Katahdin will be receiving public comments on these documents until Wednesday, September 28, 2022 at 3:00 p.m. Comments can be submitted in writing to Mr. Steve Sanders, Director of Mill Site Redevelopment via email at steve at onekatahdin dot com. Please include your full name, address, telephone number, and email address in your correspondence.

Matching Gifts

Thanks Hampden Electrical, another outstanding supporter of the Katahdin Region, for matching $1000 in donations to Our Katahdin projects.

Hampden Electrical

337 Perry Rd. Suite #1
Bangor, ME 04401

IDEXX, with its continued dedication to the health of Maine communities, has generously matched $1500 in donations to
Revitalize Hillcrest Park IDEXX Laboratories

Thank you Lisa Caruso and Jay Peavey for generously matching $500 in donations to the
Katahdin Area Communal Gardens
Peavy Realty "Your Professional Realtor Creating Results That Will Move You"