Monthly Archives: April 2011

Spring and Treehouse Farm Greenhouses

It is always a pretty sight to see the daffodils in full bloom along the stone walls but it is APRIL 30th, it would be really nice if this annual blossoming happened a little sooner than the first day of … Continue reading

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Ethel Interrupts

…Who’s Ethel?… …There will be a spaghetti dinner at the Denmark Town Hall this Saturday, April 30th, from 5 to 7 pm to raise funds for Fryeburg Academy’s Project Graduation. Here’s an affordable dinner with the prices at $7 for … Continue reading

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Spring Break in Lovell with Team Vietnam

Some students travel to far-away resorts for Spring Break. Now there may be a portion of the population that wants to get away to warm-weather climates like Florida or Texas, but for those in the know, Lovell is the place … Continue reading

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Farewell to Willie Don

Woke up this morning to the news that William Donald Schaefer, former Mayor of Baltimore and both Governor and Comptroller of Maryland, passed away at age 89. When we moved to Maryland in 1984, Mr. Schaefer’s reign as Mayor was … Continue reading

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Kezar Realty Milestone

October 1, 2009 was the official opening of Kezar Realty. In terms of timing, it probably wasn’t the best month to open a real estate business. The housing market was depressed and there was a lot of uncertainty regarding the … Continue reading

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Moose Pond Ice-Out Watch

Drove by the Moose Pond Snowman this afternoon and although the ice is melting rapidly, he seems determined to hang in there. Despite his resolve I’m not sure that he will be standing much longer. He looks so happy there, … Continue reading

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How NOT to Improve the Housing Market

Starting in the late 1980’s, I worked for Maryland’s Community Development Administration in the housing finance division and then after leaving CDA, worked for a couple of private mortgage lenders until moving to Maine in 2004. The key to keeping … Continue reading

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