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Goose Rocks Beach Litigation by Robert Almeder
In September, Superior Court Judge Douglass held a juduicial hearing on the Goose Rocks ownership case..... (2016-2017)

Flood Maps Coming Soon
For over 10 years we have been hearing about the re-mapping of southern, coastal Maine. Of particular concern has been the reluctance....(2017-2017)

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S.O.S. Maine
P.O. Box 1785
Wells, ME 04090
Email: info@sosmaine.org
S.O.S. Maine

Officers
President - Mike Severance
Vice President - Bob Almeder
Treasurer - Barbara Houlihan
Secretary - Donna Cullen
Exec. Director - Maryanne Foley

Directors
Bob Foley
Ken Lafayette
Larry Dwight
Rocky Furman

Katy Kelly
Joel Bradley
Maria Gauvain

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