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Construction begins on Route 202

Plus, HEAL Program is underway

From Town of Gorham

GORHAM – Water main construction began this week on Route 202/Narragansett Street and is expected to last for about two months.

Gorham Sand and Gravel has begun a water line replacement project for the Portland Water District. Work will take place from 7 a.m..-7 p.m. on weekdays.

During construction, westbound motorists on Route 202 will be detoured westbound on Route 25/State Street to the Bernard P. Rines Bypass and back to Route 202.

Eastbound motorists will be able to continue along Narragansett Street/ Route 202 through the construction zone.

Local residential traffic will be required to seek alternate routes as needed.

Narragansett Street will be opened to two-way traffic after 7 p.m. on weekdays.

Tax Assistance

Senior Property Tax Assistance Program Applications are available in the Town Clerk’s Office at the Gorham Municipal Center and online on the Town of Gorham’s website as a downloadable form.

Find the form at http://bitly.ws/fAbI

Completed applications must be submitted to the Town Clerk by Aug. 1.

For questions and/or assistance with completing an application, residents can email seniorrebate@gorham.me.us or call 222-1671.

HEAL Program

Baxter Memorial Library’s Healthy Eating, Active Living Summer Reading and Discovery Program is well underway.

Participants can view the online Library calendar at http://bitly.ws/fAbV for upcoming events geared toward enjoying the great outdoors and still pick up children and adult reading logs at the Library to record reading and earn fun prizes.

To learn more, visit the Library at 71 South Street during normal business hours, Monday through Saturday or online at https://baxterlibrary.org/youth-services/.

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