Selectmen decide to approve the licenses for 10 mobile home parks and individuals.

LISBON – A routine review of applications to relicense several mobile home parks Tuesday night discovered three are in violation of the E-911 addressing ordinance.

Selectmen decided against holding up the license renewals and instead will send letters to the park owners as well as individual mobile home owners advising them of the address requirements.

“We’ll send notices to the people,” Town Manager Curtis Lunt said.

The parks without proper addresses are Grimmel’s and Gendron’s in Lisbon Village and the Davis Street Trailer Park in Lisbon Falls, which together account for 150 mobile homes. A total of 10 mobile home park licenses were approved including the three mentioned above.

In other action, selectmen signed three Maine Department of Transportation agreements for improvements on Route 196 in Lisbon Falls, a $210,000 paving project from Capitol Avenue to Plummer Street; and an erosion control project between Sunset Avenue and the Sabattus River bridge at a cost of $45,000. Both projects require the town to make a 10 percent match. The third paving project from Canal Street to the Topsham town line for $186,000 will be paid by the state.

After the open meeting, selectmen met in executive session to continue labor negotiations with police and to discuss real estate.


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