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17 207-931-8831 (207) 897-3951 (207) 897-4283 (207) 645-5109


F.A.T. Electric Hutchinson Builders, Inc. Jean Castonguay Excavation Inc. Ranor, Inc.

11 Otis St., Livermore Falls 10 Hutchinson Rd., Jay 340 Fayette Rd., Livermore Falls 962 Main St., Jay.

(207) 782-2302 (207) 778-5887 (207) 897-6755 (207) 320-0604 (207) 897-6158 (207) 645-4755 (207) 778-5048 (207) 670-6978 86 Main St., Ste. 201, Auburn 165 Front St., Farmington PO Box 458, Livermore Falls PO Box 33, Livermore Falls PO Box 225, Livermore Falls PO Box 1134, Wilton 232 Broadway, Farmington Rt. 2 West, Wilton Androscoggin Land Trust Greater Franklin Development Corporation Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Chamber Jay, Livermore Falls Lions Club Livermore Falls Downtown Betterment Group The Wilton Group United Way of the Tri-Valley Area Wilton Fish & Game Association


12 Park St., Livermore Falls 267 Rte. 202, Greene 484 Wilton Rd., Farmington 508 Main St., Jay Bailey Brothers Inc. Donovan’s Auto Sales Franklin Chrysler, Inc Hilltop Collision Center




18 4 24 (207) 897-3965 (207) 946-7515 (207) 778-9500 (207) 897-2300

(207) 784-4433 (207) 754-3500 (207) 645-3721


Hilton Garden Inn Auburn The Bradford Boothby House Wilson Lake Inn

14 Great Falls Plaza, Auburn 366 Boothby Road, Livermore 183 Lake Rd., Wilton



Other projects in the Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls and surrounding area for 2015 – 2017 were recently released by the MaineDOT in its 2015/2016/2017 Work Plan. These projects include Light Capital Paving projects in 2015 on segments of the following roads: Route 140 & 133, Riley Road, Maxwell Road, and Crash Road in Jay – Route 108, Church Street and Crash Road in Livermore – Route 17 (Park and Depot Streets), Route 133 and Church Street in Livermore Falls – Route 117 (North Parish Road), Center Bridge Road and Route 117 Spur (Weston Road) in Turner. This is a total of 23.78 miles, at an estimated cost of $1,041,000. Another project slated for Livermore Falls is a Bicycle – Pedestrian Trail, beginning at Foundry Road extending northerly 0.26 of a mile to an existing sidewalk that is scheduled for construction in 2015 at an estimated cost of $280,000.


Work began on the project the week of January 12th, with project signing and the clearing of trees to facilitate the relocation of utility poles. This relocation has been over the winter and should be completed this spring. The construction of the road will begin the first of May 2015, weather permitting. The project will be broken down into three sections. The first section will include the northern most end of the project from just south of Tweedie Street to Ludden Drive. This work is anticipated to take place from May 2015 to September 2015. The second section of the project will be from Ludden Drive to Ouellette Street which will run somewhat concurrent with the first section from May 2015 to October 2015. Work will begin with installation of the water and sewer utilities and storm drainage. Retaining walls will also be constructed across from Ludden Drive. Once all of the utility and drainage work is complete the existing road and sidewalks will be excavated, new gravel placed, curbs, guardrail, islands, entrances and sidewalks will be constructed along with the placement of base pavement and temporary pavement markings in these two sections. In the fall of 2015 the contractor plans to

install two major culverts in the third section near the Jay fire station as well. The remaining work on the third section will be from Ouellette Street to Pineau Street that will begin in the Spring of 2016 and be completed by October 2016. This work will include the same work items as in section one and two and will also include returning to section one and two to complete final surface paving, landscaping and pavement markings. Weekly progress meeting information will be made available to the Town of Jay and Chamber from the project’s MaineDOT representative Shane Amoroso. The project’s field office is located on the project at old Town of Jay town offices across from the fire station.


The MaineDOT will be reconstructing Route 4 & 17 (Main Street) in Jay in 2015 and 2016. The project begins at Pineau Street and extends northerly 1.25 miles to 0.10 of a mile southerly of Tweedie Street. The contract for the project was awarded to R.J Grondin & Sons from Gorham, Maine for a bid price of $6,070,277.50. The entire cost of the project including design, right of way and inspection will be over $7,000,000.





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Jay | Livermore | Livermore Falls Area Guide


2015 Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Area Guide  

Chamber of Commerce Area Guide 2015-2016 - at the center of the Androscggin River Valley.

2015 Jay, Livermore, Livermore Falls Area Guide  

Chamber of Commerce Area Guide 2015-2016 - at the center of the Androscggin River Valley.