The Public Safety Building Committee is an advisory committee to the Selectboard. They are charged with development of a plan for a new Public Safety Building that will house the Fire and EMS services for the town of Limerick.
Meetings are held weekly on Monday (unless there is a holiday - then Tuesday) at 6 p.m. in the Media Room at the Municipal Building.
Wade Andrews - Vice Chairman
Michael McLean - Chairman
Meetings are open to the public unless in an Executive Session ordered by the Selectboard. Meetings can be viewed on Spectrum Channel 5 or livestreamed at SRC-TV.org.
Senator Susan Collins has forwarded a CDS request for funding to the US Appropriations Committee for consideration of inclusion in the 2023 Congressional Budget.
Senator Susan M. Collins Fiscal Year 2023
Limerick Fire Station Recipient: Town of Limerick Project Location: Limerick, ME
Amount Requested: $1,800,000 Project
Purpose: To build a new fire station to serve Limerick and several smaller communities, including Cornish and Limington.
If awarded, Town should be notified by year end.
June 4, 2022
Senator Angus King Congressional Directed Spending List contains the Limerick Fire/Rescue Department Project Recipient Name: Town of Limerick Project Location: Limerick, ME Project Purpose: This funding request will be for the Town of Limerick Fire/Rescue Department to construct a new facility. The current facility is not adequate to house fire and rescue apparatus, nor for meetings or housing fire and rescue personnel on their overnight shift. Amount Requested: $1,800,000 Requesting Member: Sen. Angus S. King, Jr. (ME) If awarded, Town should be notified by year end.