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02.08CDBG 2019 Letters of Intent
04.01Renewable Energy Systems & Energy Efficiency Improvement Guaranteed Loans & Grants
04.12Community Forestry Grants


02.27Feb 27 MPTAC Small Biz Counseling
02.28Food Security Coalition
03.02Local Food, Local Hunger Forum
03.077-Town ConnectME Broadband Project
03.11Municipal Broadband Models
03.20LCRPC Exec Comm Mtg

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Feb 27 MPTAC Small Biz Counseling

Maine PTAC has partnered with Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission to host Procurement Counselor Bryan Wallace, for appointments and conversations with Lincoln County businesses. Wallace will hold regular hours at LCRPC two days each month.

Maine PTAC -- Procurement Technical Assistance Center – work with Maine-based companies interested in selling their products and/or services to local, state or federal government agencies, either as prime contractors or subcontractors. Bryan can assist companies to identify opportunities, develop marketing strategies and guide you through the complex process of government registrations and assist you in becoming a qualified government contractor. In addition, Maine PTAC can assist you with proposal preparation and post-award assistance. 

Bryan is currently accepting appointments at the Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission located at 297 Bath Rd, Wiscasset for Weds, Feb 6, from 9 to 11, and now Feb 27, from 8:00 to 10:30 am (re-scheduled from Feb 20). 

There is no cost for Maine PTAC services. If you’re interested in making government contracting a part of your business plan, please call 951-0644 or email Bryan Wallace at [email protected]

For more information about Maine PTAC services please visit  

Time: 8:00 am  


Food Security Coalition

Monthly meeting of the Midcoast Food Security Coalition, coordinated by Midcoast Hunger Prevention Program. 

Time: 1:00 pm  
Location: Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission    


LCRPC Exec Comm Mtg

Our Executive Committee meets at the LCRPC office, 297 Bath Road, at 6:30 pm. 

Call if you'd like the agenda, 882-5983.

Time: 6:30 pm  
Location: Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission    


7-Town ConnectME Broadband Project

The Broadband Committee will meet with Jeff Nevins of Consolidated Communications (formerly Fairpoint) Thursday, March 7 at 4 pm, at the LCRPC office. 

Time: 4:00 pm  


Local Food, Local Hunger Forum

A forum to engage our community in a dialogue on securing healthy food for all and addressing barriers to food security. A time to network with others working on this issue.

This year's theme—Short-term and Long-term Solutions to Food Insecurity—will focus on the spectrum of program efforts to address food insecurity: meeting immediate needs for food, educating children and adults and changing food habits, empowering those who face food security issues, and addressing systemic barriers to food security.

Early bird registration (until Feb. 20): $20
Standard registration: $30
Scholarships are available - email [email protected] for information

Snow Date March 9


Time: 8:30 am  
Location: Center for Environmental Education at Chewonki, 485 Chewonki Neck Rd, Wiscasset    


Municipal Broadband Models

The Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission is pleased to present a program on municipal and regional broadband utility models with guest speakers Jeff Christensen, President/CEO of EntryPoint Networks, Kerem Durdag, Chief Operating Officer at GWI, and Tracy Scheckel, Marketing and Public Relations Director at OTELCO, on Monday, March 11 at 4 pm.

Christensen oversees R & D, business development and strategic partnerships at EntryPoint, and has helped develop a municipal utility in Ammo, Idaho and other communities. EntryPoint Networks provides a Network Management platform designed for municipal networks. Their automated open access platform separates broadband infrastructure from the services running over it to create a competitive and innovative marketplace of services.

This is an educational session presented as part of our ConnectME community planning process. In addition, Peggy Schaffer, Small Business Advocate with the Secretary of State’s Office and Maine Broadband Coalition coordinator, will provide an update on broadband legislation.

The meeting is open to the public, at no charge. 

Time: 4:00 pm  
Location: Lincoln County Regional Planning Commission