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Vienna (Vy-enna) a town in Kennebec County was settled in 1786 and incorporated on February 20, 1802 from portions of Goshen and Wyman's plantations. The community was named for what is now Vienna, Austria. (see History of Vienna).
Small, quiet and picturesque, Vienna is located on the northwesterly corner of Kennebec County, 22 miles northwest of Augusta the state capital and just 12 miles down Rt. 41 from Farmington the Franklin County seat.
Vienna lies within the foothills of the western Maine mountains. On a clear day McGaffey Mountain — the highest point in Kennebec County—which is located in Vienna, provides views of Mount Washington, Mount Blue, the Camden Hills and Mount Katahdin.
The December/January issue of the Vienna Record is available here
Overview of contents
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VIENNA PLANNING BOARD HELD SEPTEMBER 28, 2016
At 6:30 PM regular members Alan Williams, Ed Lawless, and Creston Gaither visited the Dolloff site on South Herrin Woods Road and Flying Pond, it being depicted on tax map 11 as lot 13- H. Very steep slopes were noted.
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VIENNA PLANNING BOARD HELD AUGUST 24, 2016
The meeting convened at 7:00 PM at the Town House on Town House Road. Regular Board members present were Waine Whittier, Alan Williams, and Creston Gaither. Also present were Heath and Laura Dolloff.
THE VIENNA PLANNING BOARD
has cancelled its regular meetings scheduled for late November and for Dec. 28 (in view of the holidays) and will hold a meeting on Wednesday December 14 at 7:00 PM at the Town House.
Creston Gaither, secretary, Vienna Planning Board
The October/November issue of the Vienna Record is available here
Overview of contents
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VIENNA PLANNING BOARD HELD JULY 27, 2016
The meeting convened at 7:00 PM at the Town House on Town House Road.
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE VIENNA PLANNING BOARD HELD JUNE 22, 2016
The August/September issue of the Vienna Record is available here
It contains the minutes of the Selectmen's meetings for June 7, 2016 through July 26, 2016
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife has been petitioned to consider the following watercraft regulations:
Kimball Pond, Vienna/New Sharon Kennebec County – motorboats with more than 10 horsepower prohibited.
A Public Hearing was held July 12, 2016 @ 6:30 p.m. at the Vienna Community Building/Fire Station, Kimball Pond Road, Vienna, ME.
The Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife is requesting public comment on this proposal.
Deadline for comments: July 22, 2016