86.5 acre development on Betty Welch Road

  • 1-Lumberjack_Using_a_Chainsaw_to_Cut_a_Log_clipart_imageFrom the Portsmouth Herald and Deborah Mcdermott

Kittery subdivision proposed on 86.5 acres KITTERY — A York-based developer filed initial paperwork with the Kittery Planning Board to build a 24-lot subdivision on 86.5 acres on Betty Welch Road. By Deborah McDermott
KITTERY — A York-based developer filed initial paperwork with the Kittery Planning Board to build a 24-lot subdivision on 86.5 acres on Betty Welch Road.

Jeff Clifford of Attar Engineering appeared before the board recently to present the concept for the cluster subdivision. The land is about a quarter mile from the York town line and is composed of two parcels — one 61.6 acres and the second 25-plus acres. The location of record is 40 Betty Welch Road.

According to the application, the property is owned by Landmark Properties of York. The principals of the company, according to assessing records, are Frederick and Linda Hart. Chinburg Builders, the developer, has built several residential developments in Kittery including the Lewis Farm conservation subdivision, Shepard’s Cove senior living community and Devon Woods.

“The project has been designed to fit harmoniously into the landscape and maintain the rural and woodland character of the surrounding area using … conservation subdivision design,” according to a project report.

Clifford told the Planning Board recently that the 10,000-square-foot lots will be clustered on one part of the property, with the remaining 86 percent designated as open space. The developer proposes to place the houses about midway on the property. Wetlands are found on much of the land and the housing was sited to avoid that.

A Kittery Water District main runs through the property, and Clifford said director Mike Rogers indicated the property owners could hook into town water there.

As proposed, each house would have a septic tank where effluent would be treated and then pumped to a leach field on another part of the property.

“There are any number of systems out there now, with some great technology that is the perfect use of the site,” he said.

The developers will introduce a sketch plan for board review, pending completion of a soils survey. Planning Board members said little during the brief presentation at the Aug. 28 meeting. The public is invited to a site walk that is scheduled for 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 24.

Check out new Sarah Long Bridge design at open house at KCC

Check out new Sarah Long Bridge design at open house

 Sarah Long Bridge
PHOTO/ Courtesy of Maine Department of Transportation
This rendering depicts the proposed design of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge as seen from Kittery, Maine, looking toward downtown Portsmouth.

NH_Portsmouth_Herald KITTERY, Maine — The Maine and New Hampshire departments of transportation will hold an open house Sept. 18 to showcase the final design of the new Sarah Mildred Long Bridge.
The public is encouraged to explore the open house’s multi-media exhibits, which will include 3D animations, slideshows and a model to help people understand how aspects of the new bridge will promote mobility, avoid congestion, enable growth and support a thriving port. DOT representatives and the design team of FIGG I Hardesty & Hanover Joint Venture, will be available to answer questions and talk about additional details including the design, alignment and the schedule. A portion of the exhibit will detail the public process and explain the process by which members of the public selected aspects of the new bridge.
The open house is from 3 to 6 p.m. at the Kittery Community Center at Frisbee Common, 120 Rogers Road. For more information on the project, visit www.maine.gov/mdot/sml/.

Kittery Police Department Logs 8/27 to 09/06/2014

BadgelogKittery Police Department Log 08/27/2014 to 09/02/2014

Aug 27th

8:03 a.m. – A bicycle was reported stolen on Stimson Street.

12:22 p.m. – An officer checked on suspicious activity they observed on Gorges Road.

7:31 p.m. – A report of suspicious activity on Haley Road was received.

7:49 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on Ranger Drive.

11:42 p.m. – A report of an assault on Oak Ter. was investigated.

Aug 28th

5:07 a.m. – An animal complaint was received from Busdick Drive.

8:01 a.m. – An article was found on State Road.

8:56 a.m. – Justin A. Gillen, 32, of 16 Tersolo Road, Haverhill, MA was arrested on a warrant.

9:06 a.m. – An officer assisted the fire department at the scene of a brush fire.

9:08 a.m. – Assistance was given to another agency.

11:20 a.m. – A citizen came into the police department to report fraud.

11:49 a.m. – An officer responded to Seapoint Road to investigate suspicious activity.

1:02 p.m. – A call was received regarding disorderly conduct on Manson Ave.

2:28 p.m. – Following an animal complaint on Government Street the animal was taken to Creature Comforts.

4:21 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on US Route One.

5:42 p.m. – An officer responded to Haley Road for a report of a sick animal.

6:19 p.m. – An article was reported lost from a location on Walker Street.

8:15 p.m. – An alarm from a location on Stevenson Road was determined to be a false alarm.

8:51 p.m. – Suspicious activity on Wilson Road was investigated.

10:48 p.m. – Following a traffic stop Timothy J. Moffat, 23, of 144 State Road was arrested for operating under the influence.

Aug 28th

2:56 a.m. – A report of suspicious activity on Ledgewood Drive was investigated and determined to be unfounded.

3:48 a.m. – An alarm from a business on Badgers Island West was found to be a false alarm.

6:28 p.m. – A theft was investigated on State Road.

9:22 a.m. – An animal was transported to Creature Comforts after being found on Rogers Road.

2:17 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on Shapleigh Road.

2:21 p.m. – An officer responded to a business on State Road to check on suspicious activity.

2:32 p.m. – A theft from Moore Street was reported.

3:21 p.m. – A report of a violation of a court order was received.

3:44 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on Badgers Island.

4:00 p.m. – An article was found on Badgers Island West.

4:34 p.m. – A report of fraud was received from a resident of Maple Ave.

4:44 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on US Route One.

5:30 p.m. – A report of phone harassment was received.

5:39 p.m. – A citizen came into the police department to report a motor vehicle accident that happened on US Route One.

11:22 p.m. – An officer responded to Walker Street to assist another agency.

11:29 p.m. – A report of a violation of a court order was investigated.

Aug 30th

12:09 a.m. – An alarm from a business son Route 236 was investigated and found to be a false alarm.

4:39 a.m. – Officers assisted another agency.

10:24 a.m. – Following an animal complaint on Dennett Road an animal was taken to Creature Comforts.

1:27 p.m. – An officer spoke to a citizen regarding suspicious activity on Rogers Road.

1:51 p.m. – An Alarm for a business son Ripley Road was found to be a false alarm.

4:01 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on US Route One.

4:38 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident involving two vehicles occurred on US Route One.

7:43 p.m. – Officers responded to Sterling Road for possible disorderly conduct.

9:16 p.m. – Following a motor vehicle stop on Old Dennett Road Steven Gary Dunton, 49, of 34 Elaines Way, Unit F, Eliot was arrested on a warrant as well as violating conditions of release and fugitive from justice.

Aug 31st

12:05 a.m. – A report of a barking dog on Halstead Street was investigated.

1:27 a.m. – Officers responded to Coastal Woods Circle for a noise complaint.  Peace was restored.

10:07 a.m. – A resident came into the police department to report criminal mischief that occurred on Foyes Lane.

1:30 p.m. – An article was reported lost on Rogers Road.

4:33 p.m. – Another agency was assisted on Whipple Road.

4:50 p.m. – An officer assisted the fire department on government Street.

4:53 p.m. – Dogs reported to be in distress on US Route One were checked on.

6:56 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on Seapoint Road.

10:27 p.m. – An officer initiated a motor vehicle stop on the US Route One Bypass.

11:24 p.m. – A motor vehicle stop was initiated on US Route One.

Sept 1st

4:15 a.m. – An alarm received from a business son US Route One was investigated and determined to be a false alarm.

10:59 a.m. – An officer assisted another agency on US Route One.

1:34 p.m. – An officer responded to a business son US Route One for a report of shoplifting.

3:27 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on Pepperrell Road.

4:51 p.m. – An officer checked on an animal complaint on US Route One. 

7:33 p.m. – Dogs were reported running at large on Pinkhams Lane.

Sept 2nd

5:17 a.m. – An officer responded to Williams Ave to assist the fire department.

8:21 a.m. – An alarm received form a location on Rogers Road was determined to be a false alarm.

10:46 a.m. – Another agency was assisted on Rogers Road.

3:04 p.m. – A wallet was reported lost on US Route One.

4:29 p.m. – Following an animal complaint an animal was taken to Creature Comforts.

Kittery Police Department Log 09/03/2014 to 09/09/2014

Sept 3rd

1:23 a.m. – An alarm received from a business on Walker Street was investigated and determined to be a false alarm.

4:04 a.m. – An officer assisted another agency on Bayview Lane.

8:19 a.m. – A resident came into the police department to report harassment.

3:38 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on State Road.

5:51 p.m. – Another agency was assisted on Haley Road.

7:37 p.m. – A citizen came into the police department to report suspicious activity on State Road.

10:30 p.m. – An officer responded to Walker Street for suspicious activity.

10:41 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on Woodlawn Ave.

Sept 4th

10:40 a.m. – Shoplifting was reported by a business son US Route One.

3:38 p.m. – An officer responded to the US Route One Bypass for a two vehicle motor vehicle accident.

7:10 p.m. – Suspicious activity was reported on US Route One.

9:08 p.m. – Following a probation check Kenneth Solon Ross, 34, of 500 Ledgewood Drive #K4 was arrested on a probation hold.

9:56 p.m. – Suspicious activity was checked on Wyman Ave.

Sept 5th

6:41 a.m. – A lost article was found on Newmarch Street.

6:42 a.m. – An alarm on Lynch Lane was determined to be a false alarm.

9:26 a.m. – An individual came into the police department to turn in items found at a business son US Route One.

10:11 a.m. – An animal complaint was received from Walker Street.

4:17 p.m. – Paperwork was served on Pepperrell Road.

7:13 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on US Route One.

10:21 p.m. – Officers assisted the fire department on Charles Hill Road.

Sept 6th

12:36 a.m. – Following a motor vehicle stop at the intersection of State Road and Sterling Road Catherine Joanna Shane, 28, of 84 Old Post Road #B was arrested for operating under the influence.

2:06 a.m. – An officer initiated a traffic stop on Old Post Road.

2:38 a.m. – A traffic stop was initiated by an officer at the intersection of Dennett Road and Ranger Drive.

7:30 a.m. – The animal control officer responded to Wyman Ave for an animal complaint.

2:10 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on US Route One.

2:38 p.m. – An individual came into the police department to report a motor vehicle accident that occurred on US Route One.

3:55 p.m. – Jeremiah J. Gilkey, 21, of 5 Dennett Road #1 was arrested on a warrant.

4:47 p.m. – An officer responded to US Route One for an animal complaint.

8:14 p.m. – A report of juvenile offenses on Dennett Road was received.

Sept 7th

4:53 a.m. – A report of suspicious activity on Oak Ter was investigated.

4:59 a.m. – An alarm from a business on US Route One was found to be a false alarm.

8:11 a.m. – Nicole D. Wolfe, 32, of 1025 State Road, Eliot was arrested on another agency’s warrant.

9:40 a.m. – Following a traffic stop on State Road Andrew S. Babich, 33, of 1025 State Road, Eliot was summonsed for operating while license suspended or revoked.

11:13 a.m. – An officer attempted to serve a warrant on Ledgewood Drive.

11:48 a.m. – Criminal mischief was reported on Oak Ter.

12:05 p.m. – A snake was reported on Whipple Road.

12:53 p.m. – A chocolate lab was reported lost from Haley Road.

1:29 p.m. – The animal control officer responded to US Route One for a report of a dog left in a closed vehicle.

1:47 p.m. – A citizen came into the police department to report credit card fraud.

3:06 p.m. – A resident came into the police department to speak to an officer regarding a juvenile issue.

6:37 p.m. – A strange animal was reported on Bartlett Road.

8:49 p.m. – An officer checked on a possible unpermitted burn on Wentworth Street.

11:04 p.m. – A suspicious vehicle was reported on Stevenson Road.

Sept 8th

7:01 a.m. – An alarm on US Route One was determined to be a false alarm.

7:23 a.m. – Suspicious activity on Wilson Road was investigated.

8:08 a.m. – An alarm from a business on US Route One was found to be a false alarm.

8:50 a.m. – An officer checked on suspicious activity they observed on the US Route One Bypass.

8:54 a.m. – An alarm from Route 236 was investigated and determined to be a false alarm.

9:46 a.m. – A bicycle was found on Norton Road.

10:34 a.m. – An alarm from Wheelhouse Way was found to be a false alarm.

1:55 p.m. – A terrier/bulldog mix was reported missing from Cross Road.

3:56 p.m. – A two vehicle motor vehicle accident occurred on State Road.

4:54 p.m. – An officer responded to Manson Ave to assist a resident with a bird stuck on a porch.

4:57 p.m. – An issue on the I-95 Freeway was referred to another agency.

5:16 p.m. – An alarm received from Hackett’s Way was investigated and determined to be a false alarm.

5:33 p.m. – Suspicious activity on Old Armory Way was investigated.

5:50 p.m. – A business on US Route One reported a shoplifter.

6:42 p.m. – An officer responded to Old Dennett Road for a report of an assault.

Sept 9th

7:45 a.m. – Paperwork was served on Dana Ave.

10:08 a.m. – A motor vehicle accident occurred on the US Route One Bypass.

1:10 p.m. – A resident came into the police department to report the theft of a bicycle.

2:07 p.m. – A hit and run accident occurred on Route 236.

2:41 p.m. – A resident came into the police department to report a theft of prescription drugs.

4:05 p.m. – Assistance was provided to another agency.

6:39 p.m. – A motor vehicle accident involving a tracker trailer truck occurred on US Route One.

6:43 p.m. – A vehicle verse deer accident occurred on Wilson Road.

 

Fire Department Logs for August.

8630087Kittery Fire Department
Fire Log for August 2014
8/01/14 @ 1614 6 Follett Lane; Boating accident
8/02/14 @ 0903 60 Lewis Road; Electrical Fire
8/03/14 @ 0531 9 Lewis Road; Alarm activation
8/03/14 @ 1536 Roberts Maine Grill; Alarm activation
8/04/14 @ 1000 9 Badgers Island West; Propane leak
8/05/14 @ 1451 Rt-1 @ I-95 On-ramp; Motor vehicle accident, injury
8/06/14 @ 1139 Adidas Company Store; Electrical problem
8/06/14 @ 1733 270 Haley Road; Alarm activation
8/06/14 @ 1842 14 Thaxter Lane; Alarm activation
8/07/14 @ 1159 6 Wheelhouse Way; Medical assist
8/09/14 @ 1740 5 Cove Landing; Alarm activation
8/09/14 @ 1855 Brave Boat Harbor Road; Structure fire (Barn)
8/10/14 @ 1257 Piscataqua River; Water rescue
8/13/14 @ 1215 186 Brave Boat Harbor Road; Alarm activation
8/13/14 @ 1237 33 Halstead Street; Alarm activation
8/14/14 @ 1220 375 US Rt-1 Premium Outlets; Alarm activation
8/14/14 @ 2053 345 US Rt-1; Dumpster fire
8/16/14 @ 2002 3 Sterling Road; Smoke investigation
8/18/14 @ 1445 Rogers Road at Circle; Motor vehicle accident, injury
8/18/14 @ 1505 Rt-1 Bypass, Jacksons Hardware; Medical assist
8/22/14 @ 0043 Litchfield Road; Outside fire, Port-a-potty
8/23/14 @ 1647 500 Ledgewood Drive; Alarm activation
8/23/14 @ 1656 100 Shepards Cove Road; Elevator rescue
8/24/14 @ 0744 3 Bartlett Road; Public assist, flooding in house
8/24/14 @ 1601 Fort Foster; Medical assist
8/25/14 @ 0659 500 ledgewood Drive; Alarm sounding
8/25/14 @ 1019 1 Ford Lane; Alarm activation
8/27/14 @ 1949 Ranger Drive; Tractor Trailer roll-over
8/28/14 @ 0028 99 Rt-1 Bypass; Alarm activation
8/28/14 @ 0114 Mitchell School; Alarm activation
8/28/14 @ 0906 366 US Rt-1; Mulch fire
8/29/14 @ 1310 York Village; Mutual aid, woods fire
8/30/14 @ 1341 Kittery Trading Post; Medical assist
8/30/14 @ 1401 23 Wentworth Street; Medical assist
8/30/14 @ 1822 Pepperidge Farm Store; Mulch Fire
8/31/14 @ 1650 2 Church Street; Alarm activation
8/31/14 @ 1922 Tanger 1 Outlet; Alarm activation
8/31/14 @ 2017 21 Folcutt Road; Alarm activation

Harbor Master Boat bids due on Monday. 9/15/14

Here is your last chance to bid on the Harbor Master Boat. Town Manager Nancy Puff had the boat placed out in from of the Town Hall so everyone could see it was for sale and to check it out.

Minimum bid begins at $6000.00 dollars. This boat has resale values of lows to upwards of $29,000 dollars.

Sealed bids for purchasing from the Town of Kittery, Maine, a 2004 Eastern, 24’ center console boat with a 90 hp Honda, tandem trailer, VHF, GPS, depth sounder and Bimini. Minimum bid accepted is $6,000. Bids should be in a sealed envelope marked “Sealed Bid Harbormaster Boat” and sent to: Attn: Town Manager, Town of Kittery, 200 Rogers Road, Kittery, Maine 03904, bids will be received until 10:00 a.m., September 15, 2014, at which time they will be publicly opened and read.  The boat can be seen at the Kittery Municipal Office parking lot, Rogers Road, Kittery

Check out this link to see more about it. This post was OURKITTERY’s way to get the most money from property owned by Kittery Residents.

http://ourkittery.com/2014/09/harbor-master-boat-bids-coming-due/

Maine DOT to focus on Memorial Circle improvements

By Deborah McDermott
dmcdermott@seacoastonline.com
September 09, 2014 2:00 AM

Kittery Memorial CircleKITTERY, Maine — Now that the replacement of the Route 1 Bypass Bridge is completed, one of the next big projects to be undertaken by the Maine Department of Transportation is the Memorial Circle.

Work is expected to begin as early as a year from now on a major project that will include widening the circle to add a bike and pedestrian lane, as well as reconfigure the access roads onto the circle to slow traffic and give motorists a greater ability to see oncoming vehicles.

While the conceptual design work has been approved by the MDOT, funding is already an issue, Jonathan Edgerton of the engineering firm Wright Pierce told the Town Council on Monday night.

Some $2.2 million has already been allocated, at a split of 90 percent state and federal funds and 10 percent town funds. However, the estimated cost is $2.5 million, leaving a discrepancy of $273,000, he said.

Edgerton and Public Works Commissioner Norm Albert will meet next week with MDOT and federal transportation officials to discuss the overages, Albert said. He and Edgerton said one option would be to seek additional federal funding, and another would be to find cost savings in such areas as landscaping and lighting — or a little of both.

Edgerton said the primary reason the project is being undertaken is motorist safety.

“Safety is key,” he said. MDOT officials have identified several “high crash” locations on the circle that need to be addressed.

The original project was envisioned as being even larger, to include sidewalks on Rogers Road between the Kittery Community Center and Town Hall, and also on Adams Lane to the area of the outlet malls on Route 1. Both plans were eliminated early on due to cost, but could be considered at a later time if the town wanted to take on the costs, Albert said.

Councilors had few questions about the Memorial Circle work. Chuck Denault asked if the current anticipated cost of the project took into consideration inflation and materials cost a year from now. Edgerton said the estimates are based on “MDOT numbers.”

Albert said the Planning Board has already been involved, in answer to a question by Councilor Judy Spiller, and will remain involved as the plans proceed.

Work is expected to begin in the fall of 2015 or spring of 2016.

Long Bridge project awarded grant for $25 million

Kittery/Portsmouth Sarah Long Bridge.

TIGER funds earmarked for rail line used for naval shipyard nuclear waste

By Deborah McDermott
dmcdermott@seacoastonline.com
September 09, 2014 2:00 AM

Sarah Long BridgeThe U.S. Department of Transportation has awarded a critical $25 million federal grant for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge replacement project, Sens. Susan Collins and Angus King announced Monday night.

U.S. Transportation Secretary Anthony Foxx notified the senators during a telephone call Monday.

The Transportation Investment Generating Economic Recover (TIGER) grant will be used to fund the rail portion of the bridge. The rail line is used to transport nuclear waste from submarines undergoing maintenance work at the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard.

Collins, the ranking member of the Senate Transportation Appropriations Subcommittee, has spoken personally with Foxx to advocate on behalf of Maine’s application for this grant. King has also spoken with Foxx, and in April of this year, both Senators Collins and King wrote to him in support of the project.

“This is fantastic news for Kittery and the Portsmouth Naval Shipyard, which relies heavily on this bridge for the safe transportation of materials from the shipyard,” Collins said.

“The Sarah Mildred Long Bridge is a vital link between Maine and New Hampshire that supports regional commerce, promotes local economic activity, and — with the rail line into Portsmouth Naval Shipyard — serves our national security interests,” King said.

The application was jointly submitted by the states of Maine and New Hampshire, which own the bridge. The $172 million bridge project is expected to get under way sometime in the next six months and be completed by 2017. The $25 million TIGER grant was considered crucial, because the U.S. Navy was not going to participate in funding the rail line. If the grant had been unsuccessful, the two states would have had to pick up the additional costs.

“On behalf of the Maine Department of Transportation, I thank Sen. Susan Collins and Sen. Angus King for their tireless efforts in recognizing and helping to secure this critical funding for the Sarah Mildred Long Bridge,” said Maine Transportation Commissioner David Bernhardt. He said Collins, in her role on the transportation appropriations subcommittee, “continues to lend her great support to the needs of Maine’s infrastructure.”

Last week, Democratic members of the Maine and New Hampshire delegation also took the opportunity to speak with Vice President Joe Biden when he was at the shipyard.

According to Maine Congresswoman Chellie Pingree, Biden agreed to do what he could to speak with Foxx in support of the TIGER application.

The Federal Highway Administration has classified the bridge as Structurally Deficient, and has noted its truss spans are fracture critical, meaning that the failure of steel tension members could result in collapse.

According to the Department of Transportation, DOT received 797 eligible applications totaling $9.5 billion from 49 states, U.S. territories and the District of Columbia, compared to the 585 in 2013.

These applications were competing for the $600 million provided in 2014.

J-1 Student bike return day at KCC on Saturday 09-13-2014

BikekidsKCC this Saturday from 9-11 to accept bikes from J-1 students. 09-13-2014

If you are a student of J-1 and you rented a bike this summer and you wish to turn it back in for your deposit, bring the bike to the KCC between 9 and 11 to return your bike.

The KCC (Kittery Community Center) is located on Rogers Rd. just up from the Kittery Rotary Circle and Dairy Queen. We will be holding additional dates the next few saturdays as well. Check OURKITTERY for these dates. Until then this Saturday will be the first scheduled date for returns.

Kittery Fire Logs. May, June and July recap of Fire Logs

Fire Figher on radioAs you can see, we are getting these late. The Town Manager and the Police and Fire Chief have been working on getting the system down to get these out.

Check http://www.kitterypolice.com/police-logs.html for current logs as they are posted. Preliminary reports suggest that they will be posted every wednesday. This may change.

I was told that the Fire Department Logs will be posted at the end of every month. http://www.kitteryme.gov/Pages/KitteryME_Fire/Fire%20Logs.

Getting the logs out apparently is still work in progress but I have been assured that the efficency of getting these out will get better. Until then, here is what we have.  

Next time your see the Men and Women in Red and Blue, be sure to thank them for their service. It’s what they do that you don’t see that defines them all escpecially the Volunteer Fire Fighters. Below is the current Fire Department Logs. August will be posted shortly.

Kittery Fire Department
Fire Log for July 2014
7/01/14 @1011 6 Cutts Road, lot 98; lift assist
7/01/14 @1315 7 Old Ferry Lane; oven fire
7/01/14 @1335 43 Boush Street; smoke alarm
7/01/14 @1533 Rt 236 and Rt 1; motor vehicle accident
7/01/14 @2041 7 Chauncey Creek Rd; smoke alarm
7/02/14 @1229 Rt 236; Report of helicopter crash
7/03/14 @1327 Premium 5 Mall; pull station activation
7/03/14 @1630 Station Coverage; severe weather, tornado
7/05/14 @0844 35 Dismukes Street; smoke alarm
7/05/14 @1150 30 Folcutt Road; power lines down
7/05/14 @1739 51A Tenny Hill Road; medical assist
7/06/14 @1427 447 Rt 1; motor vehicle accident
7/06/14 @2312 James Corner; bus fire
7/07/14 @0215 Dennett Road @ I-95; motor vehicle accident
7/11/14 @1843 Lewis Road; tree on fire
7/12/14 @0525 6 Cutts Road, lot 98; medical assist
7/13/14 @0723 306 Rt 1; mulch fire
7/14/14 @1534 67 Philbrick Ave; oil spill
7/15/14 @1230 32 Goodrich Street; alarm activation
7/15/14 @1351 Shapleigh School; pull station activation
7/15/14 @1742 York Village; assist with storm damage
7/16/14 @1853 12 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/17/14 @0006 150 Manson Ave; smoke investigation
7/17/14 @1228 12 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/17/14 @1536 24 Wilson Road; motor vehicle accident
7/18/14 @1507 I-95; motor vehicle accident
7/21/14 @0347 10 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/22/14 @1432 Rt 1 and Walker Street; motor vehicle accident
7/22/14 @1605 2 Shapleigh Road; motor vehicle accident
7/23/14 @0935 326 Rt 1, Roberts Maine Grill; alarm activation
7/23/14 @1612 Pepperrell Cove; water rescue
7/23/14 @1644 Memorial Bridge; motor vehicle accident
7/24/14 @0923 66 Goodwin Road; CO detector activation
7/25/14 @1723 Memorial Circle, Dairy Queen; motor vehicle accident
7/27/14 @1445 State Road and Walker Street; motor vehicle accident
7/28/14 @1451 66 Goodwin Road; fire alarm activation
7/29/14 @1604 23 Manson Road; medical assist
7/31/14 @1728 Rogers Road; motor vehicle accident
38 Total Calls for July 2014

 

Kittery Fire Department
Fire Log for July 2014
7/01/14 @1011 6 Cutts Road, lot 98; lift assist
7/01/14 @1315 7 Old Ferry Lane; oven fire
7/01/14 @1335 43 Boush Street; smoke alarm
7/01/14 @1533 Rt 236 and Rt 1; motor vehicle accident
7/01/14 @2041 7 Chauncey Creek Rd; smoke alarm
7/02/14 @1229 Rt 236; Report of helicopter crash
7/03/14 @1327 Premium 5 Mall; pull station activation
7/03/14 @1630 Station Coverage; severe weather, tornado
7/05/14 @0844 35 Dismukes Street; smoke alarm
7/05/14 @1150 30 Folcutt Road; power lines down
7/05/14 @1739 51A Tenny Hill Road; medical assist
7/06/14 @1427 447 Rt 1; motor vehicle accident
7/06/14 @2312 James Corner; bus fire
7/07/14 @0215 Dennett Road @ I-95; motor vehicle accident
7/11/14 @1843 Lewis Road; tree on fire
7/12/14 @0525 6 Cutts Road, lot 98; medical assist
7/13/14 @0723 306 Rt 1; mulch fire
7/14/14 @1534 67 Philbrick Ave; oil spill
7/15/14 @1230 32 Goodrich Street; alarm activation
7/15/14 @1351 Shapleigh School; pull station activation
7/15/14 @1742 York Village; assist with storm damage
7/16/14 @1853 12 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/17/14 @0006 150 Manson Ave; smoke investigation
7/17/14 @1228 12 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/17/14 @1536 24 Wilson Road; motor vehicle accident
7/18/14 @1507 I-95; motor vehicle accident
7/21/14 @0347 10 Wheelhouse Way; alarm activation
7/22/14 @1432 Rt 1 and Walker Street; motor vehicle accident
7/22/14 @1605 2 Shapleigh Road; motor vehicle accident
7/23/14 @0935 326 Rt 1, Roberts Maine Grill; alarm activation
7/23/14 @1612 Pepperrell Cove; water rescue
7/23/14 @1644 Memorial Bridge; motor vehicle accident
7/24/14 @0923 66 Goodwin Road; CO detector activation
7/25/14 @1723 Memorial Circle, Dairy Queen; motor vehicle accident
7/27/14 @1445 State Road and Walker Street; motor vehicle accident
7/28/14 @1451 66 Goodwin Road; fire alarm activation
7/29/14 @1604 23 Manson Road; medical assist
7/31/14 @1728 Rogers Road; motor vehicle accident
38 Total Calls for July 2014

Kittery Fire Department
Fire Log for May 2014
5/1/14 @ 1309 Post Office Square; Sprinkler Activation
5/2/14 @ 0928 Woodlawn and Shapleigh; Motor Vehicle Accident
5/4/14 @ 0848 21 Manson Ave; Alarm Activation
5/4/14 @ 1312 Pepperrell Road; Tree on wires
5/6/14 @ 1646 Kittery Recreation Center; Alarm Activation
5/9/14 @ 1024 6 Cutts Road, Lot 98, Medical Assist, Lift
5/10/14 @ 0128 Route One Bypass; Motor Vehicle Accident
5/10/14 @ 2203 7 Wallingford Square; Alarm Activation
5/12/14 @ 1424 71 Wilson Road; Brush Fire
5/14/14 @ 1127 35 Walker Street, York Hospital; Alarm Activation
5/14/14 @ 1255 Premium Outlet #5; Alarm Activation
5/15/14 @ 1327 Route One Bypass; Shed Fire
5/20/14 @ 0309 6 Cutts Road, Lot 98; Medical Assist, Lift
5/22/14 @ 2120 78 Norton Road; Medical Assist
5/23/14 @ 1051 Rt. 95 Information Center; Truck Fire
5/24/14 @ 0838 Rogers Road and Dion Ave; Motor Vehicle Accident
5/24/14 @ 2057 6 Cutts Road, Lot 119; Carbon Monoxide Incident
5/27/14 @ 0800 Schools; Lockdown Drills
5/29/14 @ 1703 Route 236; Motor Vehicle Accident
5/30/14 @ 2327 12 Colonial Road; Smell of Gas
5/31/14 @ 1134 8 Wentworth Street; Motor Vehicle Accident