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Fort Kent Municipal Building temporarily closed to public

FORT KENT, Maine — Due to an executive order issued by Maine Gov. Janet Mills on Tuesday mandating the closure of non-essential offices in the state, the Fort Kent Municipal Building will be closed to the public until Wednesday, April 8, or until further notice. 

The town had initially limited office hours at the municipal building last week to minimize public interaction and potential exposure to COVID-19.

Online services are available for many functions normally provided at the town building, including re-registering vehicles and boats, and the purchase of dog licenses and hunting and fishing licenses with links provided at the Fort Kent Town website

In addition, drop boxes will be available at the municipal building at the entrances of the town office as well as the police department from 8:30 a.m. until 12:30 p.m. on weekdays so members of the public can drop off water/sewer and tax payments.

Visit our websites, thecounty.me, fiddleheadfocus.com and bangordailynews.com, for continually updated information about coronavirus in your community and in Maine.

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