Workforce Housing Plan



BAR HARBOR — Voters likely will get a chance to weigh in on a $1 million bond for the Northeast Creek workforce housing development at ballot elections this June after all.

The Bar Harbor Housing Authority will not move forward with a citizen’s’ petition to force a special town meeting for a vote on bond, town councilor Paul Paradis said Tuesday. The BHHA likely will go with the procedure earlier outlined by the town council for getting on the town meeting ballot this June, Mr. Paradis said. Mr. Paradis joined BHHA board chair Greg Grant and executive director Terry Kelley on March 11 to discuss the issue, in what he called a “very productive meeting.”

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