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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).

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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.

Ordinance Review Committee Minutes - January 19, 2017

The Ordinance Review Committee met Thursday, January 19th at the Town House at 6:30 pm.  Marianne Archard and Susan Burns attended.

The first discussion item covered review of the proposed ordinance amendments on road setbacks and mobile home park subdivisions. Marianne agreed to make the changes necessary for the February public hearing.

The second discussion item concerned the public hearing date, time and location, set for the Ordinance Review Committee's regular meeting, February 19th at 7 pm in the Town House.

Planning Board Meeting - December 14, 2016

[NO MEETING IN NOVEMBER OR LATE DECEMBER]

Creston had advertised this meeting as a substitute for the regularly scheduled November & December meetings which were cancelled in view of the holidays. The meeting convened at 7:00 PM at the Town House. Regular members present were Alan Williams, Ed Lawless, and Creston Gaither. Alan was elected Acting Chairman in Waine Whittier’s absence. Minutes of the October 26 meeting were read and accepted.

Ordinance Review Committee Minutes - November 17, 2016

The meeting focused largely on the draft ordinance revisions establishing consistent road setbacks in the Building, Shoreland Zoning and Subdivision ordinances. Much of the discussion pertained to the 60-foot setback from public roads and the purpose of the setback. Three of the PB members expressed concern that it was excessive, limiting building from too large an area of a lot. VORC members pointed out that on 4- rod (66 ' right-of-way) roads, a shorter 40- foot setback could result in buildings located only seven feet from the edge of the r-o-w.

Selectmen's Minutes

  1. Reviewed and dispersed mail.
  2. Read and accepted minutes from the previous meeting
  3. Warrant #17 ($162,684.29)
  4. The damaged tarp on the sand/salt pile was covered under warranty and the new one will be arriving in the next few weeks. At this point we will wait until next spring to “install” the new tarp,
  5. Discussed the annual chimney cleaning with the Fire Chief. It has been determined that the Town is not covered by insurance for this work. MMA and Kyes Insurance,MEMIC, etc. have all told us that this kind of coverage is not available.

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