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  1. Selectmen make improved Internet service a priorityRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Feb 1 | The Weekly Packet

    Broadband Internet service still eludes many rural communities across the state, and Brooklin is no exception. Selectmen discussed the matter during a January 26 meeting.

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  2. Brooklin votes in favor of town easementsRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Jan 18 | The Weekly Packet

    One easement, for about a quarter-acre of land, has allowed Maine Coast Heritage Trust to create a parking area for visitors to Harriman Point Preserve. took ownership of the 138-acre property on Harriman Point in early 2015.

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  3. Brooklin sidewalks initiative to move aheadRead the original story w/Photo

    Nov 9, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    "The Select Board reactivated the Safe Routes to School Committeebecause the state has the money available and wants to know if Brooklin is a player," Brewster wrote in an October 27 email. Selectmen received a notice from the Maine Department of Transportation stating that Brooklin was approved for $160,000 for the project, and selectmen and committee is working toward readying the project for a public hearing and perhaps a special town meeting in December, Brewster said.

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  4. Former Brooklin Boat Yard CFO admits to embezzlementRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 23, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    Steven Nygren, former chief financial officer for Brooklin Boat Yard, appeared in court on September 18 on two Class B felony charges, unauthorized taking and forgery. He is charged with allegedly transferring by wire and check approximately $730,000 to Continuum Management Company in Massachusetts.

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  5. "Remarkable" Brooklin resident honored with special dayRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 27, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    "We ran out of name tags at 100," said Karen Snow, who organized June Eaton Day, held at The Lookout Inn on Flye Point on August 23. The local holiday celebrated the woman who has served the town and been a great friend to many of its citizens over the years. A throng of people crowded the venue to wish her well, some bringing gifts.

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  6. Event in Brooklin promotes woodland stewardshipRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    It was a fine day for a walk in the woods on Saturday, July 25, and thus ideal for a Forest Celebration Day. A group of around 50 people attended the event, touring Si Balch's 54-acre property on Naskeag Point to learn about a variety of woodlot management techniques and to see demonstrations of sustainable logging, invasive plant control, field reclamation and other strategies.

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  7. The past comes alive in BrooklinRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 10, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    Such was June Eaton's explanation of a century-old picture of Center Harbor, taken from Chatto Island, in which the area was decidedly bare of the evergreens and other trees so plentiful today. Eaton warmly welcomed visitors to the rooms tucked behind the Brooklin Town Hall building, where the Keeping Society ferrets away all things historical for posterity.

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  8. Strong winds power fleet of 96 in Eggemoggin Reach RegattaRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 6, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    More than 100 classic yachts raced up the Reach and down Jericho Bay on Saturday, August 1, as the Eggemoggin Reach Regatta capped three days of racing through Penobscot Bay. While past years have seen the start delayed and the course shortened by lack of wind, the horn sounded the start of the first fleet, the Vintage A Class, on schedule at 11 a.m., with the next seven classes beginning at 10-minute intervals.

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  9. Brooklin preserve awaits parkingRead the original story w/Photo

    Jul 9, 2015 | The Weekly Packet

    While the Harriman Point Preserve is technically open, public parking is still not yet in place, and signs posted on Tinkers Lane advise no parking is allowed. "We are working hard to create parking on nearby town property.

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