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Ben Tucker

Vice Chair

Town of Brunswick

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Town of Brunswick

85 Union Street

Brunswick, Maine,04011

United States

Company Description

The Town of Brunswick has implemented significant changes in the Town's curbside rubbish and recycling collection program that began the week of January 22, 2007. How the programs work is explained below. Please refer back to this page periodically as we will ...more

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Maine Street Station - Enhancing Downtown Brunswick, Maine as a Place to Live, Work or Visit

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Mailing Address: MSSOC c/o Brunswick Economic Development 28 Federal Street Brunswick, ME 04011 Phone: (207) 721-0 292 Fax: (207) 725-6663 The Members of the MSSOC: Councilor Deborah Atwood, At large Councilor Margo Knight, District 6 Councilor Benjamin Tucker, District 2 The members of the MSSIC


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Home / Mid-Coast / Brunswick / Tucker unseats Clough, Merrill tops Watson for Brunswick School Board
Tucker unseats Clough, Merrill tops Watson for Brunswick School Board Ben Tucker, who served on the Town Council from 2008-2013, unseated incumbent Brenda Clough, 1189 to 456, in District 2. Tucker said Wednesday morning that his and Merrill's victories were "a strong mandate for having some new faces (on the School Board)." Mattie Daughtry, D-Brunswick, right, snaps a selfie outside the polls at Brunswick Junior High School Nov. 8 with, clockwise, School Board candidate Ben Tucker, Senate District 24 Republican candidate Tristam Coffin, Town Councilor David Watson, School Board candidate Byron Watson, and School Board candidate Mandy Merrill.


Town of Brunswick: Town Council | Town of Brunswick, Maine

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Benjamin J. Tucker
291 Maine Street 207-725-6070 Term expires 12/31/2013 Ben Tucker has represented District 2 on the Town Council since January 2008. Ben grew up in Brunswick and attended Brunswick schools (BHS Class of 1992). He graduated from Georgetown University's School of Foreign Service, worked in Washington, D.C., Boston, and Augusta, and then attended the University of Maine Law School. Ben currently practices law in the Augusta firm Lipman & Katz, PA, and lives with his wife Ana and their two daughters on Maine Street.


www.theforecaster.net

Katherine Wilder and Margaret O'Connell were married by Town Council Vice Chairman Ben Tucker at the Brunswick Municipal Building on Dec. 29, 2012, the day same-sex marriage became legal in Maine.
Town Council Vice Chairman Ben Tucker offered to perform marriages on the spot.


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"I think MRRA may have represented to Kestrel, and may be representing to other businesses, what their tax status is without checking with us," said Ben Tucker, vice chairman of the Brunswick Town Council.
Tucker, with the Town Council, said, "If they're saying that they need to change the law, that proves our point that Kestrel is taxable. ... It also shows that they think they have a weak case in court." He said it's another example of the redevelopment authority and the LePage administration carving Brunswick out of the redevelopment process. The trend, as Tucker described it, came to a head in April, when the administration inserted legislation into LePage's budget proposal seeking to require Brunswick to authorize tax increment financing that would return $20 million in property taxes to the redevelopment authority. Tucker said the setup is flawed and unlike other base redevelopment agencies, like the one for the former Pease Air Force Base in New Hampshire, which includes the city manager of Portsmouth.


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