RLHT, town, and scenic byways partner for public “good”

By Rebecca Kurtz Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway Coordinator Public restrooms—comfort stations—porta-potties — hardly the most glamorous of topics, and certainly not the most delicate or exciting. But restrooms nonetheless are important, and for more than just the obvious reasons. read more

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RLHT, town, and scenic byways partner for public “good”

Morton named Chamber’s interim director

RANGELEY – Judy Morton was named interim executive director of the Rangeley Lakes Chamber of Commerce this week after Rebecca Schinas resigned the position last week.

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Morton named Chamber’s interim director

Yankee picks Rangeley for foliage

RANGELEY — Rangeley was selected as one of The Top 25 Towns for Foliage by the September/October 2010 print edition of Yankee Magazine. “It is an honor to receive this recognition.

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Public Input Helps Shape Scenic Byway Turnouts

By Rebecca Kurtz Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — Thanks to the collaborative efforts of the Rangeley Lakes Scenic Byway, Rangeley Lakes Heritage Trust and the Maine Department of Transportation, two of the Region’s most cherished scenic turnouts, the Height of Land and the Rangeley Overlook, will receive dramatic facelifts in the coming year. read more

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