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South Portland Community Newsletter

Issue 233

This City of South Portland Community E-Newsletter includes information about City sponsored events, projects and special announcements from South Portland's non-profit community.    Sign up if you would like to receive the newsletter directly to your inbox.

Sawyer Park Playground Ribbon Cutting
 
The adults, left-right, are:  Scott Morelli, City Manager, City of South Portland; Jeremy Moser, Congregation Bet Ha'am; Kate Lewis, President, South Portland Land Trust; Patti Smith, Mayor, City of South Portland; Lisa Munderback, Past President, Congregation Bet Ha'am; Kevin Adams, Director, Parks, Recreation, & Waterfront, City of South Portland; Sharon Newman, Past President, Congregation Bet Ha'am; Benjamin Gorelick, Congregation Bet Ha'am.
For a schedule of all City Meetings, Public Hearings & Current Notices, please visit the City's website.
 

Upcoming
Events 

Fall is for 5Ks, bike rides, and walks!   

September 24 - NAMI Maine Walk
September 30 - National Public Lands Day Trail Walk
October 8 - Bug Light 5K
October 14 - Octoberfest (Maine Mall)
 
Click here for "Can't Miss" Fall events happening in Maine!
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To register to receive Emergency Notification Alerts related to your neighborhood, follow this link:  http://www.southportland.org/departments/police-department/code-red/

Now Accepting Nominations!

The City of South Portland's Economic Development Committee administers a Business Awards Program that recoginizes outstanding businesses within the community on an annual basis. 2017 Nominations are now open, with a deadline of September 29, 2017.
Council Candidate Public Forums
Meet the Candidates - Hear their Views

October 3, 2017 - 7pm-8:30pm
City Hall, Council Chambers

The South Portland Land Trust will give candidates for the South Portland City Council an opportunity to present their views on a wide range of environmental issues relevant to our community.  Potential question topics include funding the South Portland Land Bank, the South Portland Open Space Plan, local vs. home rule, land acquisition bond questions, trails and maintenance responsibilities, pets and open space, and more.  The public is invited to attend the forum and ask questions following the prepared questions portion.
Invite your friends on Facebook!

October 12, 2017 - 7pm-8:30pm
City Hall, Council Chambers

Mike Vaillancourt, member of the Board of Directors of the South Portland/Cape Elizabeth Chamber of Commerece,  will give candidates for the South Portland City Council an opportunity to present their views on a wide range of issues relevant to our community.  The public is invited to attend the forum.
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Employment Opportunities

Looking for a career?  The City of South Portland is hiring for several positions.  View the current job openings and learn how to apply online here.  
The City of South Portland Community Newsletter is published by the City of South Portland.  It is a compilation of the best available information at the time of publication.  Events may be subject to change without notice in the time between publication of this e-newsletter and the actual event.  To send information to be considered for inclusion into this newsletter, send to news@southportland.org.
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