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  • Bath prepares for Commercial Street upgrades

    BATH — The city may soon seek bids on safety and aesthetic improvements to the area of Commercial Street that stretches from the recently renovated train station to the section beneath the Sagadahoc Bridge. The project cost is about $600,000, 80 percent of which is being funded ...

  • Bath Planning Board considers ‘smart growth’ density bonus

    BATH — Planning Director Jim Upham presented the Planning Board with a list of criteria for "smart growth" development that could allow developers to build projects with higher residential densities than currently allowed. The board, meeting in a workshop session Tuesda...

  • Bath eyes density bonus for smart-growth projects

    BATH — Projects in the city's densest residential zone that are built as smart growth and green developments could eventually be allowed to have higher densities than currently allowed, City Planner Jim Upham said this week.

  • Bath looks into roundabout to get around intersection woes

    BATH — In an attempt to improve safety and traffic flow at a high-crash intersection, the city is moving toward a final design for a roundabout at Congress Avenue and State Road. Congress Avenue has a stop sign at the existing T-type intersection, while drivers along State Road ...

  • Bath Comp Plan elicits few comments; on its way to Augusta

    BATH — After no public comment – or attendance – during the Comprehensive Plan portion of Tuesday's Planning Board meeting, the plan will soon be sent to Augusta for state review.

  • Board to review Bath Comp Plan comments

    BATH — The Planning Board plans to discuss public comments about the proposed Comprehensive Plan and the city's responses to those comments at its Tuesday, March 17, meeting.

  • Revised Bath hotel site plan gets green light

    BATH — A site plan amendment that involves changes to two parking lots around a future downtown hotel received unanimous approval from the Planning Board Tuesday night.