Brewer News

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Brewer COVID-19 update #5

Governor Mills Orders Further Steps to Protect Public Health March 24, 2020 Governor also urges large essential businesses to limit in-store customers, enhance curbside pick-up and delivery services, and implement physical distancing measures to protect customer and employee health Under the authority granted to her during a State of Civil Emergency, Governor Janet Mills today […]

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Brewer COVID-19 update #4

In keeping with the Governor’s latest recommendations, the City of Brewer is no longer allowing access by the general public to Brewer City Hall, even by appointment.  With the emergency legislation signed today, the State has extended registrations for all motor vehicles until 30 days after the end of the declared public health emergency.  Most […]

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Brewer COVID-19 update #3

March 18, 2020 Governor prohibits dine-in service at bars and restaurants; bans gatherings more than 10 people & signs emergency legislation to respond to COVID-19 Under authority granted to her in a civil state of emergency, Governor Janet Mills today issued an Executive Order mandating that all restaurants and bars statewide close to dine-in customers […]

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Drop-off box installed at Brewer City Hall

Brewer City Hall now has a drop box located outside of the lower level door (the one facing Main Street) where Brewer residents and taxpayers can leave water, sewer, tax, and other payments any time of day.  Please be sure to include the customer’s name, the property location and/or account number, and your phone number […]

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Brewer COVID-19 update #2

To Brewer residents from the City Manager and Public Safety Director: Beginning Tuesday March 17th, the following Brewer City facilities will be locked and not accessible to the general public unless by appointment. Assessing- 989-7560 City Clerk- 989-7050 City Manager- 989-7500 Code Enforcement- 989-7790 Economic Development- 989-7500 Engineering- 989-8430 Environmental Services (WPCF)- 989-5417 or 745-6919(after […]

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Brewer COVID-19 update #1

To Brewer residents from the City Manager and Public Safety Director, Amid the heightened concern over Coronavirus (COVID-19), we want to assure you that the City of Brewer is actively working to protect the health and well-being of its citizens and employees and to ensure the City’s ability to maintain essential services. Employees at municipal […]

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MARCH 3, 2020 ELECTION

The State Presidential Primary, the Special Election for Representative to the Legislature and the Referendum Election will be held on Tuesday, March 3, 2020.

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Property Owners are you saving all you can?  Have you applied for the Homestead Exemption?  The exemption is increasing to $25,000 for the next tax year. 

  HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION $25,000 Taxpayers may be eligible for up to $574.00 off their real estate tax bill if they apply for the Homestead Exemption by April 1st.   A permanent resident who has owned their home for the past 12 months is eligible for the exemption.  (Summer camps, vacation homes, and second residences do not […]

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