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The Town of Winslow has three industrial zones and three commercial zones and a new transition zone which abuts the new US Route 137 Bypass and new Carter Memorial Bridge. One of the Industrial/Commercial Parks (Winslow South Park) is owned by the town and is offering for sale five acre lots with Public Water and private sewer.
The park located on US Route 201, Subdivision Plan below.
For further information contact the Winslow Town Manager at mheavener@winslowmaine.org

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TOWN OF WINSLOW, MAINE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING & PUBLIC HEARING November 10, 2003 AGENDA 7:00 P. M.   PUBLIC HEARING: Ordinance No. 4-2003:  The Amendment of Ordinance No. 4-2002, “The         Administration of General Assistance.” Resolution No. 20-2003:   Application for a Special Amusement Permit (Renewal) for                                                 MacCrillis-Rousseau Post #8835 V.F.W....

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TOWN OF WINSLOW, MAINE REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING February 9, 2004 AGENDA 7:30 P. M.   REGULAR COUNCIL MEETING: Roll call Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (January 12) Communications Legislative Report from Ken Fletcher b.   Report from SOS Other Reports of Committees and Commissions Town Manager’s Report Department Reports–Police, Fire, Library, Code Enforcement, Public Works Finance Committe...

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                                         FRANK STANKEVITZ, CEO/LPI CEO/LPI CEO/LPI CEO/LPI CEO/LPI                                      114 Benton Ave.  (207)872-2776         Effective 9-10-2007 Building Permit Fees: Residential, (Commercial Industrial): {{ $s_rnd }}.25 per square foot of finished space. {{ $s_rnd }}.10 per square foot of unfinished space. .00 for Decks , Pools, Sheds, Demolition and etc. .00 f...

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Town Manager Michael W. Heavener In May of 2000, my wife, Donna, and I came to Winslow when I accepted a position as the Town’s Police Chief.  Town residents quickly made us feel welcomed and within a short period of time Winslow felt like home.  In October of 2006 I ended my law enforcement career …...