Stories we are pursuing Monday

By Michael J. Dowd, BDN Staff
Posted Feb. 07, 2011, at 12:12 p.m.
Homeowners and businesses want to get the snow off their roofs before water and structural damage occurs. What should they look for when hiring a contractor or individual to do the work? What are the potential liabilities? We’ll provide answers. Reporter: Andrew Neff

Rep. Paul Davis has submitted a bill to outlaw fishways or fish bypass channels around the dams at the Sebec Lake outlet and in Milo to protect Sebec Lake from invasive species. There’s a hearing on the bill Wednesday in Augusta. We’ll provide local reaction to the proposal. Reporter: Diana Bowley

As part of a countywide nutrition effort, a teaching kitchen has been established at the Labor of Love Food Pantry in Eastport to teach people how to cook real, not prepared food. Reporter: Sharon Mack

Acadia National Park officials are expected to discuss their preliminary ideas for building a new park headquarters when they meet at 1 p.m., Monday with the park’s citizen advisory commission. Reporter: Bill Trotter

In Lifestyle, we profile  A.J. Mooney, who will be starring as Mae West in Penobscot Theatre’s production of “Dirty Blonde.” The show runs Feb. 8-27. Reporter: Emily Burnham

Our Sports staff will update you on local high school and college sports teams.

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