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"The evictions themselves are also often more complicated than a tenant simply failing to pay rent . . . a big contributor to the problem, they say, is the number of property sales that occurred in Knox County over the last year. In some cases, people are being evicted after a new owner decides to change the use of a building. Evictions are also occurring when a lease is up for renewal and the landlord increases the rent beyond what the tenant can afford."
This story is about Knox County but could be any county in Maine. ... See MoreSee Less
“My God, you wouldn’t believe!” This is from a recent Bath Housing Comfortably Home participant. “Those guys are fantastic,” she continued. Because of Comfortably Home and some other positive changes, last week was the first time she has had a really wonderful week in a long time.
Because of the work they did in her bathroom, showering and washing her hair "without drowning" is actually a pleasure. She loved how sturdy her back steps are and said she can actually go outside on them now, even at night with the solar lights. She was relieved of long-term concerns about her ability to evacuate in case of a fire.
She is so appreciative she is now sending a neighbor our way. She said the team went above and beyond to get her work done and were very sweet.
For more information about Comfortably Home, contact Kristen McEvoy at or (207) 295-3317. ... See MoreSee Less
Whimsical in nature, Freida has a loving miniature poodle and enjoys spending every day with her lifelong friend going on mini adventures. Once apart of 17 different organizations, now is the busiest she has ever been. She grew up in Bath, is a Morse High School graduate and spent a portion of her life in Camden, ME, before moving back for retirement. She advises everyone to prepare for retirement, “Once you have a permanent job, do it then.”