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    Mayor Nick Isgro opens the floor up for Community Notes as the Waterville City Council meets Tuesday in its new home, The Chace Community Forum, in the new Colby building downtown, to discuss allowing police chief Joe Massey to spend up to $15,000 for an erosion plan for the lagoons off West River Road that were part of the old Wyandotte mill. Site is possible location for a future firearms training range.

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    Mayor Nick Isgro and City Manager Mike Roy, back right, speak as the Waterville City Council meets Tuesday in its new home, The Chace Community Forum, in the new Colby building downtown, to discuss allowing police chief Joe Massey to spend up to $15,000 for an erosion plan for the lagoons off West River Road that were part of the old Wyandotte mill. Site is possible location for a future firearms training range.

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    Mayor Nick Isgro, center, sits with Ward 3 representative Siydney Mahew, left, and Ward 4's John O'Donnell with other Waterville City Councilors as they meet Tuesday in its new home, The Chace Community Forum, in the new Colby building downtown, to discuss allowing police chief Joe Massey to spend up to $15,000 for an erosion plan for the lagoons off West River Road that were part of the old Wyandotte mill. Site is possible location for a future firearms training range.

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    Waterville Council meets in Chace Community Forum for first time - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    The Waterville City Council meets Tuesday in its new home, The Chace Community Forum, on the first floor in the new Colby building downtown, to discuss allowing police chief Joe Massey to spend up to $15,000 for an erosion plan for the lagoons off West River Road that were part of the old Wyandotte mill. Site is possible location for a future firearms training range.

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    Waterville Council meets in Chace Community Forum for first time - Staff photo by Michael G. Seamans | of | Share this photo

    Mayor Nick Isgro enters on Tuesday the Waterville City Council's new home, The Chace Community Forum, in the new Colby building downtown, to discuss allowing police chief Joe Massey to spend up to $15,000 for an erosion plan for the lagoons off West River Road that were part of the old Wyandotte mill. Site is possible location for a future firearms training range.

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