Amity residents Laurie Landry and Billy Tarr lost their home on the Estabrook Road to fire February 15th. While the house is a total loss; everyone including the pets, got out safely. On Friday, March 9th, a benefit supper is being held for them at the Houlton Elks Club starting at 5:00PM. The menu consists of a full baked bean dinner with hot dogs, rolls, and potato salad. The dinner is by donation. Please bring your appetite and support your neighbors.


Future Farm Technologies recently announced the acquisition of 120 acres in Amity to start farming Hemp. Plans to lease over a thousand more acres in the area would make it a giant compared to other licensed hemp farms in the state.

In a short telephone interview; Derek Ross, the farm's operator, said they are in the very beginning stages of the project. He emphasized the employment aspect for the area, "There is still quite a bit of site work yet to be done, clearing, stumping, and field prep. We would like to use local contractors for this work." Future Farm also plans to employ all local people and will provide training for their employees. Employment will be seasonal at first with the possibility of becoming year around as the project continues.

The new Amity Town Office sign now displays the correct date of Incorporation.

A typographical error in an email sent to Acott's by the Town Manager made the town young again; even if only for a little while.

In trying to read the worn town seal, the Town Manager mistook the 6 for an 8; it is easy enough to bump between keys and have the wrong number come up.

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