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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The meeting convened at the Town House at 7:00 PM. Regular members present were Waine Whittier, Creston Gaither, Ed Lawless, and Tim Bickford. Minutes of the January 22 meeting were read and accepted.

Ed reported on the status of the broadband committee – it appears that the wireless option has been abandoned.

A brief synopsis of the 2020 Town Meeting

The meeting was called to order at 9 a.m. by Stephen Hayes, moderator.

Before formal business began, there was a brief presentation by Dr. Dan Onion, our community medical officer, regarding the current Covid-19 Pandemic.

Next, Dodi Thompson was honored for her 24 years of faithful service as a selectman for the town of Vienna. Thank you, Dodi! We are grateful and we wish you all the best in your retirement!

The results of the election were announced.

Laura Church was elected as 1st Selectman. Joshua Robbins was elected to the RSU9 Board of Directors.

53 articles were read, moved, seconded, and all passed. The budget for 2020 is $596,211.00.

The work was completed and the meeting adjourned quickly.

Thank you to all who participated.

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