New CMP Corridor Referendum

ANNOUNCEMENT - VIENNA REGISTERED VOTERS

New CMP Corridor Referendum

There will be a volunteer outside of the Vienna Community Room/Firehouse on Election Day, Nov. 3, collecting signatures for a new petition drive to put a peoples’ referendum on the proposed CMP Corridor on the ballot in 2021.

Even if you have already voted this year, please stop by if you want to sign the petition! 

If you cannot make it on Nov 3, you can contact one of these volunteers to arrange a convenient time to sign the petition:

Bob Weingarten​ bpw1@midmaine.com

Eddie Lawless​ lawcomm@fairpoint.net

Jim Anderberg​ jim.anderberg@gmail.com

Vienna Record: Oct-Nov 2020

View the October/November 2020 issue here

Selectmen's Minutes: July 28, 2020 through September 22, 2020

News from the Town Clerk

Planning Board Minutes: July 22 and August 26, 2020

Neighbors Driving Neighbors

Health Officer: Walking for a Living

Franklin County Cemetery report

Dr. Shaw Memorial Library News

Fire Department News

Recurring Community Events

Updated "Who You Gonna Call" list

Vienna Record: Aug-Sept 2020

View the August/September 2020 issue here

Selectmen's Minutes: May 26, 2020 through July 23, 2020

Mill Stream Grange: Honoring Our Veterans

Planning Board Minutes: May 27 and June 24, 2020

Health Officer: The Big Test is Here

News from the 30 Mile River Watershed

Mill Stream awards Dorothy Waugh Scholarship

Dr. Shaw Memorial Library News

Fire Department News

Recurring Community Events

Broadband for Vienna - new WKLCBA website

Keep in touch with the progress on providing high-speed internet access to Vienna at the Western Kennebec Lakes Community Broadband Association (WKLCBA) website here

In case you missed the recent Zoom webinar, scroll to the bottom and view a recording.

The WKLCBA is a coalition of six towns collaborating to investigate solutions that provide affordable, reliable, high-speed internet service to our rural communities. Our goal is to improve our regional network to deliver broadband internet to all citizens and businesses, both now and into the future. The participating towns are Fayette, Leeds, Mount Vernon, Readfield, Vienna, and Wayne.

Fast Internet Is Coming To Vienna (We hope!)

On Monday July 20th there is a meeting about an ongoing project to improve our Internet service.  You can attend this meeting from your desk at home!  Connect up using your computer and a program called Zoom.  Or just call in on your phone.  You will be able to listen and also ask a question or voice an opinion.  Using your computer won’t cost you a penny.  If you call in on the phone there may be toll charges depending on your telephone service plan.

The meeting is being presented by a 6 town co-operative group that has moved a pretty fair ways down the road toward getting high speed Internet installed for everyone in the 6 towns.  The Selectpersons in each town have been kept in the loop as the project developed.  Now you can learn where the project stands at the moment and the several steps that need to be taken to in the near future to make fast (broadband) Internet a reality in Vienna, Mount Vernon, Wayne, Leeds, Readfield and Fayette.  Join us to hear how we are working to get service just as good as they have in Portland!

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