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Posted on: February 24, 2022

[ARCHIVED] Public Hearing on March 1st - Community Development Block Grant Public Infrastructure Grant Program

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The City of Belfast will hold a Public Hearing on Tuesday, March 1st, 2022, as part of its regularly scheduled City Council meeting, which begins at 7:00pm on that date, at Belfast City Hall, 131 Church Street, Belfast, Maine, to discuss an application being submitted to the State of Maine CDBG program for a Public Infrastructure Program Grant. The purpose of the grant application is to fund infrastructure improvements along the length of Wight Street and along an adjacent section of Congress Street. Public comments will be solicited at this Hearing and will be submitted as part of the application. All persons wishing to make comments or ask questions about the grant application are invited to participate in this Public Hearing. 

Persons wishing to participate in this Public Hearing will be able to by means of Zoom’s webinar feature, accessed via a weblink to the City Council Zoom meeting; this weblink can be found on the City of Belfast’s website at in its News Flash module, in advance of the meeting. When it is time for a person to have their opportunity to speak, the host will accept them into the meeting. There is no registration requirement in order to utilize Zoom’s webinar feature. In addition, for those who may be experiencing technical difficulties, there will be a phone number listed next to the website link that persons who wish to participate in the Public Hearing can call. Persons will be able to participate in this Public Hearing via audio only.

Comments may be submitted in writing to: Thomas Kittredge, Economic Development Director for the City of Belfast, Belfast City Hall, 131 Church Street, Belfast Maine, 04915; or via email to: at any time prior to the Public Hearing. TDD/TTY users may call 711. If you are physically unable to access any of the City of Belfast’s programs or services, please contact Thomas Kittredge at (207) 338-3370, extension 116, so that accommodations can be made.  



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