Wednesday, September 29, 2010

Praise for Frog and Turtle's Brunch

Down East (sorry, no link):
This popular, brightly decorated gastro-pub
features French, Canadian, and New-England inspired comfort food, and on Sunday
it's known for its goumet doughnuts (three made-to-order with your choice of
toppings and fillings, $5) and unique morning cocktails. Try and snag one of the
booths near the oversized windows facing the street to soak up the morning sun,
or settle into the soft leather couch in front of the television, which screens
Sunday morning cartoons.
- John C.L. Morgan

Owners of Strip Club File Lawsuit Against City

The conflict between Westbrook and the owners of a new strip club intensified
Wednesday when the lawyer for the club filed a lawsuit against the city. The
suit came just two days after the City Council’s Committee of the Whole began
discussions on a proposed ordinance that would restrict nude dancing
establishments in the city. The ordinance is in response to the opening of
Dreamers Cabaret, the strip club that was closed a day after it opened, with the
city citing code violations as the reason for the shutdown.
- John C.L. Morgan

Monday, September 27, 2010

Ten Residents Submit Running Papers for Charter Commission

Ten Westbrook residents are vying for six seats on the city’s new Charter
Commission that are up for election Nov. 2. According to City Clerk Lynda Adams,
the candidates are Patricia Amico, 105 Lyman St; Lisa Chuluda, 618 Spring St.;
Charles Ewing, 176 Carlson St.; Andrew Gattine, 529 Stroudwater St.; Marc
Gousse, 317 Stroudwater St.; Michael Levine, 17 Puritan Drive; Michael Mullett,
135 Pride St.; George Rodrigues, 184 Carlson St.; Susan Rossignol, 54 Conant
St.; and Eileen Shutts, 42 Monroe Ave.
A proposal to create the nine-member Charter Commission won narrow approval from
city voters in June by a vote of 1,490 to 1,479. Six of the commission’s members
will be elected by city voters on Election Day. The City Council will appoint
the remaining three members.
- John C.L. Morgan

Sunday, September 26, 2010

Westbrook Politics: September 27- October 1, 2010

Monday, September 27
Committee of the Whole meeting
Westbrook High School, Room 114

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Almanac: September 19- September 25, 2010

High: 86F (September 25)
Low: 42F (September 21)
Precipitation: 0.13 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches
Previous Sunrise: 6:45a
Previous Sunset: 6:49p

High: 93F (September 2)
Low: 42F (September 21)
Precipitation: 1.81 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches

High: 95F (July 6)
Low: -1F (January 10)
Precipitation: 35.92 inches
Snowfall: 24.8 inches

Source: National Weather Service

- John C.L. Morgan

Friday, September 24, 2010

More on Strip Club

The lawyer for a man who opened a full-nudity strip
club on Warren Avenue last week is denying city officials' allegations that his
client was deceptive about his plans for the business. Tom Hallett said Thursday
that Larry Ferrante never indicated to city officials that he planned to operate
a pool hall and arcade at Dreamers, as Westbrook officials have said. The club
opened Sept. 17 and was closed the next day, after city fire officials said they
found code violations involving fire alarms, sprinkler coverage and state
construction permits.
- John C.L. Morgan

Thursday, September 23, 2010

City Council Starts Process for Adopting Strip Club Ordinance

Proposed limits on nude dancing and strip clubs in
Westbrook have been sent to a City Council committee for possible action next
month. The council held an early-morning meeting Wednesday to take up the
proposal, which it sent to the Committee of the Whole, made up of all seven
councilors. That committee is expected to meet next month, at which time it
could make a recommendation for the council.
- John C.L. Morgan

Civic Center Trustees Ask Snyder for More Details

The Cumberland County Civic Center's trustees are
questioning the feasibility of a developer's proposal to build an 8,000-seat
arena in Westbrook or Portland while turning the civic center into a convention
facility. Jason Snyder was supposed to meet with the civic center's board last
week to talk about his plan, but he asked for a postponement a few days
beforehand. In a letter to Snyder, Neal Pratt, chairman of the board, posed a
dozen questions that he said the trustees planned to ask at the meeting, about
the cost estimates for Snyder's arena and the financing for the project.
- John C.L. Morgan

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

City Council to Meet This Morning to Discuss Strip Club Ordinance

The proposed ordinance outlines rules for nude
dancing. It would prohibit total nudity and require the operator to get a permit
from the code enforcement officer before opening a strip club. It also would
prohibit a nude dancing establishment from operating within 500 feet of a
school, a playground or park, a place of worship or a library. Dreamers Cabaret
is in the city's industrial zone, which far exceeds the 500-foot requirement. It
is 1.3 miles from Riverbank Park and less than a mile from PT's Show Club in
Portland, another strip club.
- John C.L. Morgan

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

On Westbrook Wildlife

For a goose with a badly broken wing, life could be
worse. The Canada goose that has taken up residence in the city's Riverbank Park
area can't fly, but it's got food, a companion and lots of concerned fans. "We
received an awful lot of complaints from people thinking we haven't been helpful
or sympathetic to the plight of the goose," said Westbrook police Capt. Tom
- John C.L. Morgan

Monday, September 20, 2010

City Shuts Down Unauthorized Strip Club

A new strip club in Westbrook was shut down on Friday by city officials, who say
it didn’t obtain permits to operate. Dreamers Cabaret, located at 84B Warren
Ave., was shut down after city officials learned of the business and discovered
several fire code violations. City Administrator Jerre Bryant said the owners of
the club did not obtain permits to operate the club. "The city had no knowledge
of this business until we heard they opened," Bryant said.

(Update: The AJ has more on this story, including news that the owner is determined to re-open the club.)

- John C.L. Morgan


As an avid follower of the Maine v. New Hampshire debate and the son of the state's fourth-ranked chess player, this news is particularly disappointing.

I suppose there's always the Battle for the Brice-Cowell Musket on October 2 to look forward to.

- John C.L. Morgan

Tea Partiers Gather in Riverbank Park

Part history lesson, part community picnic, part
political revolution. The Cumberland County tea party rally was a little bit of
each. More than 100 people gathered Sunday afternoon at Riverside Park in
Westbrook to listen to speeches by political candidates--including three
independent candidates for governor, tea party leaders and some patriotic
musical classics, such as Lee Greenwood's "God Bless the USA." "We're
rediscovering our Constitution and what it means," said Dean Scontras, a
Republican running to unseat U.S. Rep. Chellie Pingree, a Democrat, in Maine's
1st Congressional District.
- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook High Sports Round-Up: September 13- September 18, 2010

Tuesday, September 14
Boys' Soccer: Westbrook (0-3-1) tied Deering (1-2-1), 0-0.
Field Hockey: Westbrook (4-0) defeated South Portland (0-3), 3-1.
Golf: Portland defeated Westbrook, 12-1.

Wednesday, September 15
Girls' Soccer: Westbrook (2-2) defeated Deering (2-2), 1-0.
Golf: Deering defeated Westbrook, 13-0.

Thursday, September 16
Boys' Soccer: Westbrook (1-3-1) defeated Massabesic (0-5), 4-0.
Football: Portland (1-2) defeated Westbrook (0-3) 27-16.

Friday, September 17
Boys' Cross Country: Scarborough defeated Westbrook and Kennebunk, 27-43-61.
Girls' Cross Country: Scarborough defeated Kennebunk, McAuley, and Westbrook, 31-45-58-NA
Girls' Soccer: Noble (3-2) defeated Westbrook (2-3), 4-3.

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Politics: September 20- September 24, 2010

Monday, September 20
Finance Committee meeting
Westbrook High School, Room 114

Thursday, September 23
Comprehensive Plan Task Force meeting
Westbrook Middle School, Library

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Almanac: September 12- September 18, 2010

High: 72F (September 14)
Low: 43F (September 16)
Precipitation: 0.58 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches
Previous Sunrise: 6:41a
Previous Sunset: 6:58p

High: 93F (September 2)
Low: 43F (September 16)
Precipitation: 1.68 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches

High: 95F (July 6)
Low: -1F (January 10)
Precipitation: 35.76 inches
Snowfall: 24.8 inches

National Weather Service

- John C.L. Morgan

Friday, September 17, 2010

Housing for Artists Breaks Ground Downtown

At the start of the new year, artists will have
three new affordable spaces in which to live and sell their work in downtown
Westbrook. Construction began Monday on a three-unit live/work residential
community for artists. The building at 917 Main St., is the latest project of
Westbrook Housing. It will have three condominium units for artists, which will
consist of upstairs living spaces and downstairs retail spaces for the artists
to sell their work.
- John C.L. Morgan

Snyder Cancels Meeting with Civic Center Trustees

Jason Snyder, who has suggested building an
8,000-seat arena, had asked to talk to the trustees about his proposal and a
recommendation to turn the civic center into a convention center. Snyder is one
of the developers of a proposed $300 million retail and commercial project in
Westbrook to be called Stroudwater Place. Neal Pratt, chairman of the trustees,
said Snyder told him that his presentation wasn’t ready and did not suggest an
alternative meeting date.
- John C.L. Morgan

Related: More on Snyder's Plans for Arena and Convention Center (September 7, 2010)

Blue Burrito Earns 4 of 5 Stars from PPH

One of the reasons I ordered the blackened steak
and cheese quesadilla is that I figured it would be a good test. Too often, the
steak in this kind of dish comes out overcooked, tough and chewy, and you end up
wishing you'd ordered something else. I was pleasantly surprised to find that
the meat in my quesadilla was tender and still lightly pink in the center. It
came with caramelized poblano peppers, onions and sauteed mushrooms, with sour
cream on the side.
- John C.L. Morgan

Thursday, September 16, 2010

Mill Side Tavern Closes

Westbrook’s Municipal Officers on Monday approved
renewing the liquor license for the Mill Side Tavern. However, by the next day,
the bar appeared to have shut down. As of Tuesday, a big cardboard signed
reading "Closed" had appeared in the window of the tavern on Cumberland Street.
The sign was still there on Wednesday morning.Patricia and William Kowalski, who
have owned the bar for 18 years, did not return repeated calls for comment
regarding the status of the tavern.
- John C.L. Morgan

Owner of Dana Warp Mill Victim of Foreclosure


A former mill that is now billed as the "business
and cultural center of Westbrook" has been placed in receivership. Superior
Court Justice Roland Cole signed a court order earlier this month effectively
placing the Dana Warp Mill under new management. People who are familiar with
the court's foreclosure order--initiated by the mortgage holder, Bank of
America--said tenants can expect no significant changes in the way the building
is managed.
The AJ has more on this story.

- John C.L. Morgan

Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Family Celebrated Return of Native Soldier

If you’ve seen the film, “The Hurt Locker,” you will have some idea of what
25-year-old Joe LaCourse experienced in Iraq and Afghanistan. Like the soldiers
depicted in that movie, LaCourse, who joined the U.S. Navy in 2003 after
graduating from Westbrook High School, was involved in explosive ordnance
disposal. In simple terms, that means he had the white-knuckled job of defusing
bombs hidden along roads, in buildings and elsewhere. During the nine months
LaCourse spent in Baghdad and then his more recent six-month deployment in
Afghanistan, his family constantly feared for his safety as he disarmed live
explosives so they couldn’t blow up and hurt others.But now LaCourse is safely
back stateside, stationed in San Diego. And when he and his wife returned to
Westbrook for a visit over the Labor Day weekend, his family threw him a big
surprise party that included a motorcycle escort by military veterans and by
police cars into the city.
- John C.L. Morgan

Wanted: Used Sports Equipment, Take Two

It's time to look through your closets. Check underneath your bed and in the
basement. A family in Westbrook is looking for donations of gently used sports
equipment that can be sold to create scholarships so kids can participate in the
city's recreational sports and activities. The program, Re-Play, would also give
parents who can't afford new sports gear a chance to buy it at a reduced price.
Morgan, 14, Shannon, 13, and 10-year-old Maura Rielly announced the program at a
packed City Council meeting Aug. 30 at Westbrook High School. "Many children in
Westbrook can't afford the cost of sports programs and other activities,"
Shannon Rielly said at the meeting. "They also can't afford to buy the sports
gear they need."
Items can be donated this week (September 13-September 17) at one of the following locations: The Recreation Department's offices, the principals' offices in any of Westbrook's schools, and City Hall. Or, you can drop off your equipment at the Westbrook Community Center's gym on Saturday, September 18 (8a-11:30a).

- John C.L. Morgan

Wanted: Used Sports Equipment (September 9, 2010)

Monday, September 13, 2010

Westbrook High Sports Round-Up, September 6- September 12, 2010

Tuesday, September 7
Boys' Soccer: Kennebunk (1-1) defeated Westbrook (0-2), 3-1.
Girls' Soccer: Westbrook (1-1) defeated Kennebunk (1-1), 2-1.
Golf: South Portland defeated Westbrook.

Wednesday, September 8
Field Hockey: Westbrook (2-0) defeated Noble (1-1), 5-0.

Thursday, September 9
Boys' Soccer: Gorham (2-1) defeated Westbrook (0-3), 2-1.

Friday, September 10
Field Hockey: Westbrook (3-0) defeated Sanford (1-1), 4-3.
Football: South Portland (2-0) defeated Westbrook (0-2), 34-22.

Saturday, September 11
Boys' Cross Country: Massabesic and Deering defeated Westbrook, 28-44-58.
Girls' Cross Country: Massabesic and Deering defeated Westbrook, 18-43-81.
Girls' Soccer: Gorham (2-1) defeated Westbrook (1-2), 7-1.

Related: Westbrook High Sports Round-Up, August 30-September 4, 2010 (September 5, 2010)

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Politics: September 13- September 17, 2010

Monday, September 13
City Council meeting
Westbrook High School, Room 114

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Almanac: September 5- September 11, 2010

High: 81F (September 8)
Low: 50F (September 11)
Precipitation: 1.13 inches
Snowfall: 0.21 inches
Previous Sunrise: 6:34a
Previous Sunset: 7:10p

High: 93F (September 2)
Low: 50F (September 11)
Precipitation: 1.34 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches

High: 95F (July 6)
Low: -1F (January 10)
Precipitation: 35.42 inches
Snowfall: 24.8 inches

National Weather Service

- John C.L. Morgan

Friday, September 10, 2010

Take Notes, Maine Pols

The New Republic's Jonathan Chait calls him "Chris Farley's character Matt Foley come to life," but I prefer to think of Phil Davison, a candidate for county treasurer in Ohio's Stark County, as the man who will change the rhetorical norms of local politics forever.

- John C.L. Morgan

Related: On Location: Room 114 (March 11, 2008)

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Wanted: Used Sports Equipment

The Westbrook Community Center is hosting Re*Play, an event designed to give Westbrook families the opportunity to buy quality sports gear at a low price.

To donate your gently-used sports gear for the September 24 (6p-9p) and September 25 (8a-11:30a) sales, you can drop the equipment off during the week of September 13-September 17 at one of the following locations: The Recreation Department's offices, the principals' offices in any of Westbrook's schools, and City Hall. Or, you can drop off your equipment at the Westbrook Community Center's gym on Saturday, September 18 (8a-11:30a).

Re*Play is being organized by Westbrook youngsters Morgan, Shannon, and Maura Rielly, and all proceeds of the sales will go toward funding scholarships for Recreation Department activities.

If you have any questions, call (207) 856-7704 or e-mail

- John C.L. Morgan

Judge Delays Pike's Lawsuit Against City

A judge this morning agreed to postpone a trial in a dispute between Pike
Industries and the city of Westbrook so that he can review a last-minute
settlement proposed by the parties.
Lawyers for the city and for Pike, as well as the lawyers for an intervenor in
the court case, Idexx Laboratories, support the consent agreement and they will
urge Humphrey to sign off on the 25-page document. Two other intervenors in the
case, however, oppose the deal. Representatives of Artel and Smiling Hill Farm
say the consent agreement is deeply flawed and was rushed in front of the City

- John C.L. Morgan

City Council Approves Pike Deal

The City Council voted Wednesday night to approve a
revised consent agreement that would allow Pike Industries to operate its rock
quarry in the Five Star Industrial Park. The council voted 4-2 to approve the
agreement between Pike, Idexx Laboratories, two neighboring businesses and
nearby residents. Councilors Victor Chau and John O'Hara cast the dissenting
votes. Councilor Paul Emery did not attend the meeting. The agreement needs
final approval from Justice Thomas Humphrey, who is presiding over a civil case
involving Pike and the city of Westbrook.
- John C.L. Morgan

Wednesday, September 8, 2010

Pinball-alaria-itis at Skybox

Maine Observer:
The next stop was in Westbrook, at the Skybox Bar & Grille. When I drove up
to this place, I noticed it violated a rule I have about bars: Don’t enter a bar
that has almost no windows (i.e. Rockin’ Ricky’s Tavern). This wasn’t about me
though; this was about cataloging [pinball-alaria-itis]. I went in.
The environment is dicey, but thankfully the classic rock cover band made things
more comfortable. Pinball just isn’t pinball if you don’t hear someone singing
"Turn the Page" by Bob Seger. Once you settle in, the place starts to feel
welcoming. They also host a pinball tournament every Tuesday at 7 p.m. for three
bucks. VERDICT: This place spreads [pinball-alaria-itis] like warm butter on a
- John C.L. Morgan

Related: Skybox: (Bar)cade and Grill (December 29, 2009)

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

More on Snyder's Plans for Arena and Convention Center

Few Portland region business leaders or elected officials greeted with much
enthusiasm Jason Snyder's announcement in June that he would build a $60
million-plus arena and do a $30 million renovation of the Cumberland County
Civic Center. But the Westbrook developer maintains he is forming a sound
business plan that he hopes will convince state lawmakers, Cumberland County
officials and city officials in Portland and Westbrook that a new 8,000-seat
arena and a dedicated convention center in Portland will yield the best return
on investment. He will present his plan to the civic center board of trustees
next week.
- John C.L. Morgan

Related: Snyder Proposes Arena, Convention Center to Complement Mall Plans (June 23, 2010)

Monday, September 6, 2010

TNR on Labor Day

The New Republic:
It's Labor Day, a time to commemorate and reexamine the role
of organized labor in American life. The best way to do so, of course,
is to browse this collection of classic TNR pieces on labor.
- John C.L. Morgan

On Maine's Quiet Crisis

Charles Lawton:

The single greatest challenge facing Maine today is
demographic. Over the next 20 years, our 65+ population will increase over 80
percent, while our population age 20 to 29 will decrease by nearly 30 percent.
If we are to avoid the stagnation and poverty of a population entirely dependent
on transfer payments coming from an ever-declining working-age cohort, we need
to increase ways for the elderly to remain in the labor market--even, or perhaps
especially, part-time.
This solution--getting older workers to stay in the job market--will definitely be needed, especially when you consider that any compromise that salvages Social Security will probably include raising the age of eligibility for the program.

The other solution, as Lawton and others have pointed out numerous times, is to grow the work force (read: Retain and recruit youngsters). Increasing the birthrate could be a factor, but social, cultural, and economic trends (Maine has the second-lowest birthrate in the U.S.) shouldn't make us very optimistic about that option.

What is left, then, is immigration, both from within the borders of the U.S. and from outside America. Strip away any other humanitarian and ethical reasons for Mainers to become more welcoming and engaging toward American and foreign immigrants and you get perhaps the most appealing argument to beat back the paranoia and fear that is unbefitting for a state and country that have such a good track record of assimilation: It's in our collective self-interest that those "from away" are successful. And it seems to me the best way to encourage success is engagement, not ostracism.

- John C.L. Morgan

Related: The New Brunswick Model (August 19, 2010)
Related: 2010 v. 1895 (May 5, 2010)
Related: Cross-Pollination, Take Two (March 10, 2010)

Westbrook TV Station Hosts Gubernatorial Forum


The five candidates for governor sat down together
for the first time at a forum Sunday afternoon hosted by the TV program Youth in

Sunday's forum was hosted by Logan Leavitt, 17, of
Portland, a senior at Deering High School, and Justin Chenette, 19, of Saco, a
sophomore at Lyndon State College in Vermont. There wasn't any back-and-forth
between candidates; this wasn't a debate, per se. Rather the Blaine House
hopefuls gave their positions on a number of topics including the economy,
energy, health care and education.
More on WPXT's show Youth in Politics can be read here.

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Housing Market: Sales Down, Prices Up

Coastal and Southern Maine Homes:
The [Westbrook residential] market saw 10
transactions close in August 2010, down 41% from August 2009 and down 41% from
July of this year. Median pricing clocked in at 196K, up 6% from 2009 and up 26%
from July 2010. Prices in Westbrook continue to stabilize, but the summer season
was very sluggish compared with the strong spring we experienced.
- John C.L. Morgan

Sunday, September 5, 2010

Westbrook Politics: September 5- September 9, 2010

Wednesday, September 7
City Council meeting
Westbrook Performing Arts Center

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook Almanac: September 1- September 4, 2010

High: 93F (September 2)
Low: 65F (September 1)
Precipitation: 1.13 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches
Previous Sunrise: 6:07a
Previous Sunset: 7:13p

High: 93F (September 2)
Low: 65F (September 1)
Precipitation: 1.13 inches
Snowfall: 0.00 inches

High: 95F (July 6)
Low: -1F (January 10)
Precipitation: 35.11 inches
Snowfall: 24.8 inches

National Weather Service

- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook High Sports Round-Up, August 30- September 4, 2010

Thursday, September 2
Field Hockey: Westbrook (1-0) defeated Massabesic (0-1) in Waterboro, 4-0.
Golf: Scarborough (1-0) defeated Westbrook (0-1), 11.5-1.5.

Friday, September 3
Football: Bonny Eagle (1-0) defeated Westbrook (0-1) at Olmsted Field, 36-0.
Girls' Soccer: South Portland (1-0) defeated Westbrook (0-1) in South Portland, 3-1.

Saturday, September 4
Boys' Soccer: South Portland (1-0) defeated Westbrook (0-1) at Olmsted Field, 1-0.

- John C.L. Morgan

Saturday, September 4, 2010

Judge: Civil Trial Involving Pike and City Will Proceed as Scheduled

A judge has refused to delay a civil trial
involving the city of Westbrook and Pike Industries, as parties in the case
hasten to reach a new agreement to allow Pike to operate its rock quarry and
satisfy nearby residents and businesses. Critics of the process are questioning
the need for speed. On Friday, Justice Thomas Humphrey denied the city's motion
to continue the trial. Pike has sued Westbrook, claiming that it should be
allowed to mine its quarry off Spring Street because the city has allowed it for
years. The trial is set to start Sept. 13.
- John C.L. Morgan

Friday, September 3, 2010

City's Settlement with Firefighters Costs About $850,000

Two female firefighters who made charges of sexual
harassment and discrimination against at the Westbrook Fire Department will
receive a total of about $850,000 between them in separate settlements with the
city. The payments to firefighters Lisa Theberge and Kathy Rogers, who made
their claims two years ago and subsequently filed state and federal lawsuits
against the city, will be for lost compensation such as overtime and sick time,
damages, attorney's fees and other costs. In exchange, the firefighters will
drop their legal claims against the city. Of the total payment to settle the
claims of the two women, the city of Westbrook is responsible for nearly
$228,000 or about 27 percent. The city's insurance carrier, the Maine Municipal
Association, will cover the remainder, which is about $620,000 or 73
- John C.L. Morgan

Thursday, September 2, 2010

Tea Partiers to Convene in Westbrook


- John C.L. Morgan

Future of Pike-Idexx Consent Agreement Unclear

Officials at Pike Industries are "exceptionally
disappointed" by a Westbrook City Council decision to table a proposed agreement
to let Pike resume operations at its Spring Street quarry. The agreement
included restrictions designed to protect nearby homes and businesses such as
Idexx Laboratories. But many residents and businesses said the protections
weren’t strong enough, so the council on Monday voted 7-0 to table the consent
agreement until October so that further negotiations with those groups can take
- John C.L. Morgan

Westbrook TV Station to Host Televised Gubernatorial Debate

For weeks, some organizations have been trying to
get all five gubernatorial candidates on one stage for an election forum. Those
efforts have been foiled either by scheduling conflicts, a decision to exclude
some of the candidates based on perceived viablity--or the refusal of another
candidate to participate in a forum that doesn't include everyone who's on the
ballot. But all that changes this Sunday when the quintet of gubernatorial
candidates converge in Westbrook to be grilled by teenagers.
- John C.L. Morgan

Smiling Hill Farm to Host Annual Craft Show


- John C.L. Morgan