November 22, 2017
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Comments for: Bangor business owners purchase land to offer outdoor classroom for do-it-yourself skills

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  • Anonymous

    Great news i love there store

  • Anonymous

    For many years it was an oasis in downtown, a pocket park and green space. Only in recent years has it become a dumping ground for LP Tanks, transformers, and other utility structures. An unfortunate loss for the people of Bangor.   

    • What is the loss? It will actually serve a purpose now. This will be good for the downtown area. It will be greening it up and adding some character and will be another draw for people without cost to the taxpayers.

  • Anonymous

    Nice. I like it. 

  • Anonymous

    The city did a horrible job managing that piece of land.

    • Anonymous

      How so?  Up until last fall it was a nice little pocket park for the public to enjoy.  (Maintained by an entity other than the City so no tax dollars spent for up keep.)  Then last fall the wall of the building that the Lundy’s own was rehabilitated and the park needed to be taken down to facilitate the construction.  Previous to the rehab, the City and the Lundy’s each shared responsibility for the wall; now it is the Lundy’s only.  Now the parcel will not only be used to serve a great purpose the public can benefit from, but also is back on the tax list.  To me, that doesn’t seem too bad of a management job.  Also, with the purchase by the Lundy’s, the City doesn’t have to pay to put the park back to the way it was prior to last fall’s construction.

  • Fabulous idea!  and great play area for the little folk, too!  Best wishes.

  • Anonymous

    Instructions for  cloth diaper use?

  • Anonymous

    All part of the big picture, folks! The creative economy in Bangor is flourishing. I’m very excited for the Lundy’s. A few more shops filled in here and there – the old Whig and Courier building :: cough :: –  and Bangor’s downtown region is officially a replete and BEAUTIFUL destination.

  • Anonymous

    I think they overpaid. I would have guessed it was worth about $2,500. 

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