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    Skowhegan public safety building bond headed to referendum - Staff photo by David Leaming | of | Share this photo

    This parcel of land along the East Madison Road near Dunlap Lane in Skowhegan is being considered for the new town public safety building on Tuesday.

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    The century-old Skowhegan Fire Department building. Town selectmen voted Tuesday night to bring a referendum vote in November on land that will be developed into a public safety building for the police and fire departments.

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    Skowhegan Fire Chief Shawn Howard discussed the proposed new public safety building on Tuesday.

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    The Skowhegan Board of Selectmen discussed the bond for $8,500,000 for a new town public safety building on Tuesday. From left are Vanessa York, Gene Rouse, Town Manager Christine Almand, Board Chairman Paul York, Roger Staples and Betty Austin.

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