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Commnity Notice

Wabanaki Public Health and Wellness will be giving away fresh, locally grown organic produce, traditional foods, and other health items to the Community on Friday, May 26th, from 10 am to 12:00 noon.  In front of the Sockalexis Building.  All Community members are welcome.  Any questions contact:  Amelia St. John . . .

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PRIMARY ELECTION RESULTS

May 23, 2023 Barbara Moore REGULAR BALLOTS WALK-IN ABSENTEE MAIL IN ABSENTEE TOTAL 28 1 3 32* Joshua Paul REGULAR BALLOTS WALK-IN ABSENTEE MAIL IN ABSENTEE TOTAL 26 1 1 28* Blaine Lolar REGULAR BALLOTS WALK-IN ABSENTEE MAIL IN ABSENTEE TOTAL 10 1 0 11 Steven Paul REGULAR BALLOTS WALK-IN . . .

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Message From The Chief

Dear Tribal Citizen, I hope you and your family are well.  As you may be aware, there was a fire at the Juniper Ridge landfill last night.  Anytime something like this happens we are concerned for the health and safety of people and our environment.   Many of you are in . . .

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River levels at the local dams

The Milford and Gilman Falls Dam flashboards were successfully raised yesterday, and Milford Project operations are now back to normal. Brookfield plans to take advantage of the current and forecasted dry weather period and dropping river flows to repair/replace/raise flashboards at other Penobscot assets over the next week. Below is . . .

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Message From The Chief

Dear Tribal Citizens, I hope you and your families are doing well.  As you may be aware, a bill was passed in the last session of the State legislature (LD 585) that provided exclusive rights to the Wabanaki tribes to conduct online sports betting in Maine.  The bill also provides . . .

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PENOBSCOT NATION SPRING CLEAN – UP 2023

Indian Island residential spring cleanup will commence on May 8, thru May 19. Please do not place everything in one big pile. Place wood, metal and bulky waste in separate piles. Materials must be placed curbside on or before 7:30 a.m. on the weeks of May 8th and May 15th. . . .

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2023 Maine Senior Farm Share Program Sign-up

$50.00 of fresh produce for eligible seniors Guidelines: New income guidelines may be effective July 1, 2023 Produce will be provided by Penobscot Tribal Farm You are eligible to sign-up with only one qualifying farm per year under this program Application sign-ups Senior Kitchen dining room May 4 10:00-12:00May 10 . . .

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HELP IN THE FIGHT AGAINST ILLEGAL DRUGS

TIP 411 The Penobscot Nation Police Department in collaboration with the BIA Division of Drug Enforcement is pleased to announce a tool for the public to report illegal drug activity occurring on Tribal lands. With an increase in drug abuse and drug overdose deaths occurring across the nation, BIA Drug . . .

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Recall Referendum Election Cancellation/Special Election

Due to the resignation of the council member being recalled, the March 30, 2023, Recall Referendum Election was cancelled. Thank you to those who took the time to absentee vote, we apologize for any inconvenience. A Caucus will be held to fill that vacancy on Tribal Council, that meeting is . . .

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