Hancock County Commissioners William Clark and Antonio Blasi met at 8:30 a.m. on July 3, 2018 at the Commissioners’ Office in the county courthouse to begin their annual review of the county roads.  Unorganized

Territory Supervisor Millard Billings and County Administrator Scott Adkins were also present.

They took the following route:

The group toured Martin’s Ridge Rd up to the last residence. They continued onto the Narraguagus Rd., T10 into T16 up Sugar Hill Rd. to Bull Hill Wind Turbines #1-9. Cut across to Colson Branch Hill site of proposed Three Rivers Solar Farm in T16.  Headed east across West Branch Narraguagus Rd. and continued east to Route 193.  North on Route 193 to State Route 9 to Airline Lodge for rest stop.  West on Route 9 to Back Rd. then to Starvation Branch Dam at Lower Lead Mt. Pond.  Back to Route 9 west and then south on Spectacle Pond Rd.  South across East Branch Union Rd. to Bull Hill transfer station at Turbines #10-19, which is at a juncture with Hancock Wind Turbines #1-4.  Across Bull Hill to Emera Transfer Station.  Across Old 16 Rd. to RCC Transfer/Communication Tower, where website Moose photo was taken.  Across Little Bull Hill to Spectacle Pond.  Across Stone Dam over Bogue River, which connects to the East Branch of the Union River on Stone Dam Rd.  Continuing through Osborne/Eastbrook.  Past Molasses Pond Beach Rd. Down Sugar Hill Rd.  Turned around at Molasses Pond Beach House.  On return to courthouse via state routes 200 and 179, stopped in Township 8 (Fletcher’s Landing) on west shore of Graham Lake, at site of Lynch’s store, which is now a public boat landing.  The group met with Dwayne Jordan of 3 Rivers Solar Farm, prospective development partner.

The tour ended at 3:00 pm.

Respectfully submitted,

Antonio Blasi,

Hancock County Commission Chair

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