December 16, 2017
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Stories we are pursuing Monday

By Michael J. Dowd, BDN Staff

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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