Comments for: Milbridge seeks dismissal of legal challenge to new municipal building

Posted March 26, 2012, at 12:19 p.m.

MILBRIDGE | The Town of Milbridge claims that a lawsuit filed over plans to build a new municipal building is groundless and has asked that it be dismissed. The suit filed last month by Milbridge resident Nicholas Giusti in superior court in Machias claims that a Feb. 13 special …

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  • Anonymous

    I hope the Town gets the Illegal Criminal Aliens that live here to pay for some of the new Taxes that will be going up, to build this Town Office.  

  • Anonymous

    “A stay would harm the ability of the town to proceed with a project that has been approved by the voters,” the town said in its response to Giusti’s suit. “[It would] prevent the town from proceeding with its application for a Community Development Block Grant and also preclude the town from doing building design.”  This is EXACTLY what Giusti and his ” friends” group want! Sore losers!! The town voted this building in- and they can’t accept it- looking for any reason to mess things up. 
    Knightscross- keep on subject! We all know how you feel about our fellow townspeople. Do you ever have anything positive to say? 

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