Limestone to proceed hearth safety at Loring for at the very least one month

LIMESTONE, Maine — Limestone officers will proceed negotiations with the Loring Growth Authority on hearth service funds following a Thursday night vote.

But when Loring doesn’t pay at the very least its yearly contribution to Limestone’s hearth service, or tackle considerations about blighted buildings and broken roads, Limestone may minimize off the previous Air Power base from hearth safety in October, Choose Board Chair Randy Brooker mentioned.

Earlier this month, Limestone’s Choose Board claimed that the Loring Growth Authority  owed the city $1.2 million for police and hearth protection since 2015. Limestone closed its police division this spring however has offered protection to Loring since 2015 when it disbanded its joint hearth service with Limestone and Fort Fairfield.