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The Economic and Community Development office has been working with businesses to revitalize downtown Lisbon Falls.


The Androscoggin Valley Council of Governments will be conducting a Lisbon Falls workshop audit on Wednesday, April 29, to get a first-hand look at the area and its accessibility. Information gathered will be made available to the local economic develop department for its use in future planning, Lisbon Development Director Rosie Bradley said.


The library has received a $400 grant from Community Health Partnership for wellness programs.


The police department has received $600 in forfeiture funds from the Attorney General’s Office. Following public hearings, the council issued victualer’s licenses to Dr. Mike’s Madness Cafe; to Maria Burchfield, doing business as Maria’s Place and a special entertainment permit and liquor license to Graziano’s Restaurant. Also approved were renewals of an itinerant vendor mass-gathering permit for Riverside Flea Market; and several victualer’s licenses and mobile home park licenses were renewed.

– Connie Footman

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