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  • Jul 5 2019
    The City of Bath is soliciting sealed bids for the purchase of property at 26 Summer Street, designated as Lot 218, on City of Bath Tax Map 26. The property, according to the Assessor s records, is approximately .58 acres in size and is serviced by City sewer and Bath Water District water. Sealed bids will be received by the City of Bath at the City Manager s Office, 55 Front Street, Bath, Maine, 04530, until noon local time on Friday, August 23, 2019. At that time and place, the bids will be... details
  • Jun 20 2019
    Nomination papers for the following Council positions will be available starting July 1. City Councilor Ward Five - Term to expire December 2022 City Councilor Ward Seven - Term to expire December 2022 City Councilor At Large - Term to expire December 2022 View Ward Maps Nomination papers will be available on Monday, July 1, 2019 through Tuesday, August 20. 2019 at the City Clerk's Office, 55 Front Street, Bath. Nomination papers can be filed with the City Clerk NO EARLIER tha... details
  • Jun 19 2019
    The Bath City Council will be appointing candidates to fill these positions on the following Committees/Boards: Bath Housing Authority Board of Directors 1 member with a term to expire in February 2023 Bath Community Forestry Committee 1 member with a term to expire in October 2021 1 member with a term to expire in October 2023 Bath Zoning Board of Appeals 1 member with a term to expire in September 2020 Interested citizens should complete an application form either online (click... details
  • Jun 13 2019
    Bath, ME (June 13, 2019) The Bath Fire Rescue Department has adopted a high-tech solution to protect their firefighters from carcinogens. By adding the FireLinc app to its new extractor system, Bath becomes the first department in the state to track detailed information about every wash. In the past few years, cancer has been recognized as one of the major killers of career and volunteer firefighters, said Bath Fire Chief Lawrence Renaud. In fact, a study by the National Institute fo... details
  • May 30 2019
    The Department of Health and Human Services has issued a public health advisory for the Bath area on health risks posed by browntail moths. Click here to read the advisory For more information on browntail moths: Visit the Division of Forestry Page Dial 211 (or 1-866-811-5695) Text your ZIP code to 898-211 Email info@211maine.org ... details
  • May 9 2019
    Starting May 22, Linden and Summer Streets, between Washington and Front Streets, will be converted into one-way streets for vehicle traffic. The change was proposed to the City Council by the City s Transportation Committee to increase available parking near the City s downtown. Traffic will be limited to one way west on Linden Street from Front Street to Washington Street. Four-hour parking will be added on the south side of the street. Traffic will be limited to one way east on Summer Stre... details
  • May 6 2019
    The City of Bath wishes to announce an update to the Single Use Carry-Out Bags Ordinance (2017) which will go into effect on May 22, 2019. The current Ordinance states that: A store may make available for sale to a customer a single-use paper carryout bag for a mandatory, minimum charge of five cents ($0.05) per bag. The charge will increase to ten cents ($0.10) per bag one year after this ordinance takes effect. The charge will increase to fifteen cents ($0.15) per bag two years after this ... details