2017-06-16 / Community

Village vetting



Local artist Danie Connolly, third from left, gestures while giving her thoughts about Kennebunk's Lower Village while next to her Steven Cecil, a principal with Auburn-based Harriman, hired at $75,000 to prepare a master plan for the area, takes notes. About 55 people attended the session, held Monday, June 12, at Sea Road Elementary School, breaking into small groups to voice what they like and don't like about the historic business district, along with what they think should and should not change about it. Town residents are invited to gather again at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, when Harriman will begin crafting specific recommended solutions to issues raised at Mondays meeting. (Duke Harrington photo) Local artist Danie Connolly, third from left, gestures while giving her thoughts about Kennebunk's Lower Village while next to her Steven Cecil, a principal with Auburn-based Harriman, hired at $75,000 to prepare a master plan for the area, takes notes. About 55 people attended the session, held Monday, June 12, at Sea Road Elementary School, breaking into small groups to voice what they like and don't like about the historic business district, along with what they think should and should not change about it. Town residents are invited to gather again at 6 p.m. Wednesday, June 28, when Harriman will begin crafting specific recommended solutions to issues raised at Mondays meeting. (Duke Harrington photo)

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