Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Gardiner City Council at its meeting last week approved the use of a section of the Waterfront Park for skateboarding until a more permanent location can be found.
A recently released report shows that while growth of women-owned businesses has slowed, it still outpaces the growth rate of men-owned businesses or those with combined ownership since 1997.
Agility Central of Maine held one of its biannual agility competitions Saturday at Shamrock Stables.
After 15 years the business center hasn’t come close to paying off taxpayers.
Gardiner City Manager Scott Morelli presented a recommended budget to councilors Wednesday night with an 8 percent tax hike.
Gardiner City Council is scheduled to hear a budget presentation from city staff at its Wednesday night meeting.
The Augusta bank’s changes will make it better prepared for a financial crisis and to give it more flexibility in the future.
The program will offer financial incentives to established businesses looking to open a location downtown.
The Gardiner Planning Board had been expected to review a proposal for a medical marijuana growing facility this week, but the applicant hasn’t resubmitted his proposal yet after withdrawing it last month.
The North Belfast Avenue store has been operated by the Benedict family since the mid-1970s, but Bob Benedict said he’s hoping to retire by the end of the year.