Comments for: Town acquires $6.5 million waterfront property in Wiscasset for back taxes after marina-condo plan falls through; new developers sought

Posted Dec. 18, 2012, at 11:12 a.m.

WISCASSET | The town is accepting what it calls “a creative approach for proposals” to purchase tax-acquired property worth an estimated $6.5 million. So far, no takers. In late August, the Board of Selectmen voted to take a 38-acre parcel including the former Mason Station and a portion of …

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  • Anonymous

    Nobody owns anything.
    Not even a 1/4 acre postage stamp piece of land in The Alagash.

    Dont believe it ????
    Stop paying your sewer bill or property taxes for a year or so.
    You will be out in the streets quicker than you can
    say , “That ain’t right”.
    Extra hard on our seniors on a fixed and diminishing income.

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