Sedgwick Selectmen Hire New Attorney for Walker Pond Issue

SEDGWICK — The Board of Selectmen has hired a new attorney to represent the town in dealing with the Patten family and work on the family’s Camp Four Winds property on Walker Pond.

Kennebunk attorney Durward Parkinson of Bergen & Parkinson replaces Ellsworth attorney James Patterson.

Meanwhile, the Board of Appeals chairman and board members are frustrated with the lack of resolution in the case, which has been ongoing for several years.

This fall, the Maine Department of Environmental Protection sent three letters to the town of Sedgwick directing it to act on the matter.

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Jennifer Osborn

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