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Downtown Presque Isle Construction Creating Challenges for Local Businesses

| August 7, 2014

If you’re feeling that all the construction on Main Street in downtown Presque Isle is holding you back, you’re not alone. Several business owners are also tired of the inconvenience its created for pedestrians and patrons. Shawn Cunningham reports on how the project is impacting local businesses. Construction projects continue to tie up traffic along […]

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New Ashland Community Center Construction To Begin in August

| June 25, 2014

A new Ashland community center is expected to open by late fall. That’s just a few months away and construction hasn’t even begun. But town officials say plans are moving along quite well and on schedule. Shawn Cunningham reports. This large hole contains enough debris to fill a swimming pool. Its what used to be […]

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Construction on New International Bridge Will Cause Detours For Heavy Trucks

| May 22, 2014

Crews are hard at work in Fort Kent — they continue to make progress on the new international bridge, which should be open to traffic towards the end of the summer – but before then, there will be some vehicle restrictions. From June 16th through July 13th, vehicles inbound and outbound measuring 9 feet wide […]

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Houlton Water and Sewer Expansion Project Near Completion

| September 3, 2013

It’s lasted all summer – but crews in Houlton are in the final stages of extending the water and sewer lines on the North Road. Greg Sherman, Assistant General Manager at the Houlton Water Company says, “we have some paving and some looming that need to be done – some looming, there’s some fencing that […]

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More Construction Happening in the Star City this Summer

| May 29, 2013

Backups and congestion on Main Street in Presque Isle were frequent last summer with the infrastructure work being done.  Just when you may have thought we were done with that…we’re not. Construction will take place again this summer. Katie Zarrilli reports.

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