Planning

Why preserve the Stewart Library Building?

It is an important question. Here are a few answers. – Because of the memories the building holds for so many or us. – Because the town has lost so much recently. – The town needs a place where people can gather and spend time together. – It is a…

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The million dollar grant and what needs to be done?

The Town of Corinna has received a grant from the Next Generation Foundation of Maine for one million dollars to help pay for renovations, and the preservation of the Stewart Library Building. This is an incredible gift to the people of Corinna and indeed to the Central Highlands area of…


Preserving the SLB – September Update

If you have the opportunity, please let your selectmen know that you support repairing the Stewart Library Building and preserving its historic value. It is very important for them to know the people support this work. Repairing the Clock Tower At town meeting in March the voters of Corinna authorized…


This building survived, but needs attention.

Most of the buildings that were in the downtown area of Corinna are gone, torn down in the EPA cleanup just over a decade ago. This one is still there, standing tall, as it has since completion in 1898. At that time some considered it one of the finest public…


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