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Police Association

P.O. Box 2431

South Portland, Maine,04116

United States

Company Description

Membership organization for active & retired chiefs, sheriffs and senior law enforcement leaders in the State of Maine. ... more.

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Bar Harbor Chamber of Commerce


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bangordailynews.com

Willis, the police chief in Mount Desert since 2003, also has been overseeing the Bar Harbor police department since former Bar Harbor police Chief Nathan Young was placed on paid leave in the fall of 2013, then fired the following January.


www.ellsworthamerican.com

Just two citizens turned out, including former Bar Harbor Police Chief Nate Young.
Mount Desert and Bar Harbor have been under a temporary chief-sharing arrangement since Young was placed on administrative leave in October 2013.


Star 97.7 - Smooth Rock n' Roll – Stu’s Star 97.7 News 2/20/15

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(Bangor) Former Bar Harbor police Chief Nate Young's attorney opposes the town's motion to dismiss four federal lawsuit counts.
The town then filed an objection to Young's motion. The Mount Desert Islander reports Young's objection states he wants to "uncover the real truth as to why he was terminated" from his role as police chief last year. Young also claims town officials knew he was an alcoholic before the September 2013 incident which led to his firing and discriminated against his disability. He is asking for a review of his appeal to the town council.


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