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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 dog registration tags should be available by October 16, 2014. Neutered and spayed dogs are $6.00. Unaltered dogs are $11.00. Dogs registered after January 31, 2014 will be subject to a state mandated penalty of an additional $25.00 fee. I will call everyone who hasn't registered them by the middle of January to remind them if I have their number. Registering your dogs with the town helps us get them back to you if they get loose. It is very traumatic for your pet to be taken to the shelter.
Location: Vienna Community Room - 8AM - 8PM. Absentee ballot request forms are now available. Call the town Clerk, Annie Tibbetts for them: 293-2915
The current issue of the Union Hall newsletter is available here
September 7 - George Smith - Readings and talk about his new book: A life lived outdoors; Reflections of a Maine Sportsman
September 26 - Molly Gawler dance and Cyr Wheel with John and Ellen Gawler banjo and fiddle
October 25 - Theater at Monmouth presents - Macbeth
November - Fall Dinner fundraiser
December 20 - Winter Revels 2014
Location: Vienna Town House
Article 2: To see if the town will vote to adopt the “Board of Appeals Ordinance for the Town of Vienna”.
Article 3: Shall Section 7.2.E. of the "Town of Vienna Wireless Telecommunications Facilities Siting Ordinance" be modified ?
See the attachments below for the Warrant and the draft Board of Appeals Ordinance.
The new June/July 2014 Vienna Record may be found here
Location: Vienna Union Hall
There is a new web site for the Flying Pond Improvement Association
Check it out here
Location: Vienna Union Hall The first show of the evening, “A Visit From Aunt Tabby,” written by Beverly Wight Smith, takes place on a Vienna, Maine farm in the 1920s. The Mudfield farm is as busy as a beehive, with annual summer visitors coming and going, and stopping for a layover and free meal on their way up-country. Madcap antics and many twists of plot keep the story lively and humorous.