BATH — The city should save about $90,000 in its fiscal 2010 budget by going out to bid early on fuel, Finance Director Abbe Yacoben told the City Council on Wednesday.
BATH – The City Council voted Jan. 7 to endorse an application for $150,000 in community development block grant funds to support improvements at the Chocolate Church Arts Center.
BATH — The City Council will consider authorizing City Manager Bill Giroux to seek bids for fuel for the next fiscal year at its meeting on Jan. 7.
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NORTH YARMOUTH — Suzanne Gray Woodward McGuffey, 66, died Feb. 21, two weeks after being diagnosed with cancer.»