When the Camden Select Board meets Tuesday, July 19, members will hear a presentation from Laurie Wolfrum and Nancy Caudle-Johnson of the Camden Smart Meter Coalition regarding concerns about a program initiated by Central Maine Power to install so-called smart meters throughout the Midcoast.

On July 5 the board heard a presentation about the new technology from Steve Daniels of Central Maine Power Company.

The board will consider an ordinance that would establish a Property Assessed Clean Energy program in Camden. The ordinance would help homeowners gain access to financing for energy savings improvements.

The Camden Rockport Pathways Committee has asked the board to approve its application for a National Park Service Rivers and Trails Conservation Assistance Grant.

The Select Board will also review an application from Mark Hannibal and Meg Cressler for a new victualer license to operate Marko Loco’s Crazy Good Food, a Mexican-style concession that operates out of a mobile canteen truck, at 44 Elm St.

In an executive session, the board will consider an action to authorize a Rule 80K enforcement action for a use violation for the keeping of pigs regarding Roxanne Bowen and 96 Riverside Drive and an action to authorize prosecution regarding a dangerous building owned by Rosalie Alderson at 6 Gosses Hill Road.

“At this point in time we’re dealing with how the Select Board wants to handle the enforcement issues,” said Code Enforcement Officer Steve Wilson. He said board members will use the executive session to meet with their attorney to discuss their options.

The July 19 meeting of the Camden Select Board will begin at 7 p.m. in the Washington Street Conference Room and will be broadcast on Channel 22.

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