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The Montville Forum:
Open to all Montville related issues
Montville Fire Department
Sheepscot Wellspring Land Alliance
Ivan O. Davis - Liberty Library
Free for Montville residents
Old (1916&1942) USGS topo maps: Here
New: from Waldo County Emergency Management Agency
Family Preparedness Guide (840kb pdf)
The town office will be closed and the Select Board will not meet on Labor Day, Monday, September 7.
There will be no Planning Board meeting in August. The next meeting will be Sept. 9.
The Kingdom Schoolhouse, which was restored by community members and is operated by the Montville Historical Society, will be open this summer (June, July, and August) on Monday evenings, from 6:30-8:00 PM. The Society has many interesting artifacts, some donated by descendents, that illustrate the lives of the people who settled in and built Montville and this part of Maine. The one room Schoolhouse itself is a restored example of our history that would be a great place to bring summer visitors. A member of the Society will be available to answer questions.
From the Town Clerk:
It’s that time of year again! Starting on October 15 your dog(s) need to be licensed for the ensuing year, by January 31. On February 1 fines will begin, and they will be $25 per dog. Please be sure to stop by to register soon! You can do this in the office, through the mail (please include a check, rabies information, if necessary, and a self-addressed stamped envelope), or online at: https://www10.informe.org/dog_license/ You will be able to pay by credit card 24 hours a day! The online service is only available through January 31. All fines and deadlines are set by the State of Maine and cannot be waived locally. If you no longer have your dog please contact the office so it can be removed from the listing.
From the fire department: Please remember to clean your chimney, have furnace inspected, and check the batteries in carbon & smoke detectors.
The following property tax exemptions available to Montville residents: homestead, veterans, and blind. Applications are available in the town office and must be turned in to the assessors by April 1. Click for details.
We also have all new law books available, from Inland Fish and Wildlife.
From the Town Clerk:
Reminder that if you are a Business operating in the Town of Montville you need to stop by the Town Office and request a Business License Application. I am required by Maine State Statute to keep businesses on file in my office of “Sole Proprietors operating under a name other than their own”, however I would like ALL businesses to file as it is helpful information for me to have in the office.