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Today, at City Hall, was "Come Dressed as Norman Gilmore, III Day" ! Norman is our illustrious Facilities & Maintenance Man. We truly appreciate all he does, and had fun surprising him today. Happy April, Norman!
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Julie Nunziato-Marsters
· February 22, 2018
I had the pleasure of spending another wonderful weekend here recently. It was off season but there were still plenty of people around so you didn't feel isolated. The Harbor walk was beautiful!!! W...hat a nice thing to find and the public restrooms (not porta potties) were great too!! See More
Nick Flagg
· December 18, 2017
Route 3 intersection by Athena health traffic light is still broken, I’ve seen multiple near misses as traffic is not slowing down, is somebody going to have to die there to get those lights fixed? Disgraceful
Allison Beards
· February 2, 2018
A beautiful coastal city focused on building a lasting legacy cultivating community.
Dawn LaFlamme
· January 5, 2018
I hate that my coffee now comes in a slippery paper cup.
Terry Nelsen
· October 14, 2016
I had a wedding at the boathouse in September. The parks and recreation director recommended a cleaner to take care of things after the event. I set the date with Linda and she supposedly didn't show ...up. So guess what I didn't get my security deposit back. Very interesting! I then I wrote
to the city manager and much to my surprise I have heard nothing. So beware when looking for a venue for your wedding. The Belfast boathouse isn't the place to go.
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Peter Quigley
· October 15, 2016
We visited Belfast, Maine in October 2016 when the Fall was at its best. ���
The days were warm and the sunshine bright.
The evenings were chilly with an amazingly beautiful moon. ...
Having travelled from Fairlee in Vermont with non stop colour we were thrilled with the beauty of Belfast. �

Ou our arrival we went on the Belfast Harbour Walk. This is an extremely pleasant walk through a working shipyard passing some beautiful ships anchored in Belfast Bay.

The city is charming with a good variety of gift shops, restaurants & pubs.
We went to Meanwhile in Belfast - Pizza Restaurant one evening and had the best pizzas ever! On another evening we visited Darby's Pub & Restaurant and had a great dinner.

The people we met were friendly, polite and helpful.
As we come from BELFAST N. Ireland we were thrilled to be visiting our American namesake.
We were not disappointed and would highly commend this city as a MUST on the visitors schedule. �

These Irish eyes sure are smiling ☘️
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Bunk N Tia Crouse
· August 28, 2015
I love this town & miss living there, my family try to make a trip down there every year.
Robert Hamm
· April 20, 2016
Total bs!Belfast along with other choice cities of Maine should be burnt to the dirt!
Cathy Barnwell
February 3, 2013
please send info---the Barnwells
2929 Cadiz Ave
Jax Florida 32217

hope to visit May
Ron Pinkham
November 4, 2012
I want to know is everybody Half Bred in Belfast. U know a little on the Ta Ta side?. I just met Three of Three.

Please stay safe.

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2002 Liebherr Excavator, wheeled, Hours: 10,640 $19,500


2000 John Deere Skidsteer, wheeled, Hours: 3924 $15,000
With bucket, forks and sweeper attachments

1995 Ford Truck with stainless steel enclosed 10 yard dump body, with a vacuum setup. $10,500

1970 Trailer Mount Sewer Roder Machine
Estimated 400 feet steel rod. Needs a motor. $500

1991 International Wheeler Dump Truck $8,500

1989 International Wheeler Dump Truck $7,500

All items can be seen at:
115 Congress Street - Belfast, Maine 04915

All sales will be subject to Belfast City Council approval.

Contact Public Works Director, Bob Richards at 207-338-2375
Hours: Monday - Friday 7:00 am - 3:30 pm

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This meeting was put together by the city of Belfast so that citizens could ask questions about the proposed large scale indoor salmon farm proposed for Belfast…

Informational Hearing tonight, Feb. 21st, 6-8 pm at the Hutchinson Center, 80 Belmont Ave, Belfast, ME regarding Nordic Aquafarms proposal to build a sustainable land-based salmon farm in Belfast, Maine.
Tonight is a question and answer session offered to provide additional clarity and information to the public regarding the proposal. No testimony will be taken. No votes will be cast. This is an opportunity to learn what this project is and what it is not. Some things, like ...where buildings will actually be located, are unknown at this time. We will have seating for about 200 people and the entire meeting will be recorded and distributed on TV and online by Bel TV. A similar gathering and process was held when the Front Street Shipyard came to Belfast. We will have a panel present to answer as many questions as we can. That panel will include Erik Heim, President and CEO of Nordic Aquafarms, Elizabeth Ransom from Ransom Consulting, Thomas Kittredge, Economic Development Director, Wayne Marshall, City Director of Code and Planning, representatives and other staff members from the City Council and the Belfast Water District.

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The City of Belfast seasonally posts roads in order to prevent damage to the road which may be caused by vehicles of excessive weight (over 23,000 lbs.) The following roads will be posted from February 23, 2018 to April 30, 2018. ** The road posting removal date is subject to change based on weather conditions.

A list of posted roads is ...listed below:
Achorn , Armstrong, Back Belmont, Back Searsport, Baker, Banks, Blake, City Point, Cobb, Crocker, Doak, East Waldo, Head of Tide, Herrick, Hunt, Jesse Robbins, Kaler, Mill Lane, Oak Hill, Old Rt.1, Park Hill, Patterson Hill, Pitcher, Robbins, Rolerson, Shepard, Smart, Stephenson Lane, Tufts, Woods, Village.

Thank you for your cooperation.
Bob Richards Phone # 338-2375 Belfast Public Works

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With the announcement that one of the world's largest indoor salmon farms will be located in Belfast, many folks are interested in its potential impact on our…

City Hall will be closing today at 1:45 pm due to forecasted weather conditions.