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The town of New Gloucester’s Economic Development Committee is conducting a survey of businesses who are located in town. We are doing this to learn more about the business environment here in town and what we as a town can do to help business succeed here. This survey will help us develop strategies to promote an enhance our local economy.
The survey is available online here. If you would prefer to fill out a paper version of this survey they are available at Town Hall from the planning department.
Spring Open House at Lizziesraggs Farmhouse Primitives, May 4,5 10-4 & May 6th 12-4.
Join us for one of our favorite Coffeehouse events. Edith, John and Molly Gawler will perform an evening of traditional fiddling and folk music rooted in Maine and New England traditions. Enjoy this evening with a talented Maine musical family. The concert starts at 7:30 pm. Tickets are $10 at the door. The Coffeehouse is located in the vestry of the First Congregational Church; 19 Gloucester Hill Rd. For more info, call 207.653.4823.
Day One recently purchased property in New Gloucester to relocate their residential treatment program for boys in Hollis. An informational session about Day One and their program is scheduled for Wednesday, March 28 from 7-9pm at 934 Intervale Road.
The First Congregational-Christian Church of New Gloucester, Maine is seeking a part-time Church Secretary. The church secretary works closely with the pastor. Regular tasks include answering incoming calls and taking messages, scheduling the use of the building, maintaining the church calendar and website and developing and distributing bulletins and newsletters. The successful candidate needs excellent communication and organization skills, strong word processing skills and basic computer knowledge. Empathy and discretion are required.
The church secretary reports to the Board of Trustees. The regular working hours are 9 AM to 12 Noon, Tuesday through Friday, with occasional nights or weekends as requested for event support. The hourly rate is dependent upon skills and experience, with a minimum of $11.50 per hour. The church secretary is entitled to 8 days per year of paid time off.
Richard Barringer and Joseph McDonnell from the Muskie School of Public Service at USM will present the recommendations from their recent report – Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity. They will discuss the implications of growth and prosperity in the Greater Portland area on outlying rural towns like New Gloucester. They will also discuss the impact of Creative Economies on Maine towns.
Tuesday March 27
385 Intervale Rd
This presentation is being hosted by the New Gloucester Economic Development Committee. Members of the public are welcome. Questions and discussion will follow the presentation.
For more Information on these reports go to: Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity and The Creative Economy in Maine: Measurement and Analysis.
Hello and Happy St. Patty’s Day!
First, I would like to apologize for the lack of lobster in the tank/case. The weather, as well as other factors, have caused a drastic increase in the prices making them fly off the charts. I made an executive decision to hold off and wait a couple of weeks before re-ordering and to allow the prices to stabilize. This too shall pass!!!
Today we have a Fish-N-Chip special for $9.99
Fried clam plate is $16.99
AND we have…
Crabmeat on sale at $12.99/lb
Thank you all for making this a GREAT winter!!! We are hoping to make this a GREAT summer for you!!
The Economic Development Committee presentation on the Implications of Greater Portland’s Prosperity on New Gloucester and Other Rural Areas (scheduled for today, March 13) has been rescheduled for Tuesday, March 27 at 7:00 pm in the Meeting House.
The New Gloucester Economic Development Committee is hosting a presentation on the Implications of Greater Portland’s Prosperity on New Gloucester and other rural areas. Richard Barringer and Joseph McDonell, faculty of the Muskie School of Public Service at the University of Southern Maine, will discuss findings from their recent report Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity.
Tuesday, March 13, 2018
385 Intervale Road
Hear about the impact of Portland’s growth on the workforce, transportation, housing and natural resources. Join in a discussion of these issues and the choices faced by Portland and its outlying communities.
Hello and Happy Sunday!
Today we have some beautiful Rainforest tilapia and Canadian Sea Smelt
Fresh Haddock still holding at $6.99/lb and awesome looking scallops!
Warm weather is coming and I am looking forward to it! Thank you all for the amazing winter…. It has been a great success!!!!
See you soon,