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TOWN PAID TO GIVE AWAY

MUNICIPAL BUILDING

At the Annual Columbia Falls Budget meeting on February 24th, 2015 it was determined that $8771 was expensed in 2014 for attorney's fees. Chairman Alan Grant said that mostly this was due to the Town transferring the Municipal Building to Wreaths Across America. The Town paid over $8000 to give WAA a free building!

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Check out this video about snow

removal in the 1950's.


Consumer Confidence?

An Editorial by Richard Bedard



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Published by Chuck Hammond


March 1st, 2015

Out and About

by

Ronie Strout

Local Events

Condolences

Get Well Wishes

Genealogy

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February 27th, 2015

Town Meeting Scheduled
Birthdays
Noteworthy
Submitted by Patti Forbes,
Harrington News Correspondent

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Selectmen's Meeting

February 23rd, 2015

Columbia Falls

Todd Emerson Resigns


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Friday evening February 20th,2015.

Columbia Falls Town Meeting March 17th at 7PM at Municipal Center.  There is a town meeting supper preceding at 5PM, open to the public.