The Department of Economic Development has a complaint form for non-compliance with executive orders pertaining to covid-19. (The Town of Sedgwick does not have the authority to enforce the governor’s covid-19 executive orders.) Click here for complaint form: non-compliance complaint
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Stay current with the laws and rules. It’s simple, just visit mefishwildlife.com/laws MDIFW’s summary guides make it easy to find and follow the laws and rules that apply to you. Our digital formats allow you to quickly check a law, confirm legal hunting hours, look up best practices, and more. Anywhere, anytime. ——————————————————————————– No cell […]
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2018 letter from Governor Paul LePage 2018 letter from Senator Angus King 2018 letter from Senator Louis Luchini 2018 letter from Senator Susan Collins 2018 letter from Representative Sarah Pebworth 2020 letter from Senator Louis Luchini
2021 dog licenses are available from the clerk. By state law, all dogs over 6 months of age must be licensed. For the time being, call or email the clerk to set up a time to license your dog. The clerk will be at the office most Wednesdays and Thursdays, but times will vary. Call the […]
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The MaineDOT has published its Work Plan for upcoming projects across Maine. Search for specific projects in Sedgwick through the “interactive work plan” link at MaineDOT Work Plan
Citizens from Sedgwick receive a lower membership rate due to Sedgwick taxpayer support. The YMCA also provides time on Saturday (1-4 pm) and Sunday (1-4 pm) for all families of Sedgwick to use the gym or pool FREE of charge. Active Older Adult programs have expanded through FREE aqua fitness classes, cardiac rehabilitation programs and […]