Bath Housing Updates
- Lisa Huber, formerly our Office Manager, is now Bath Housing’s Occupancy Manager. This means that she will now be processing all annual and interim Recertifications. You can reach Lisa directly at 295-3096 or with any Recertification questions.
- Important Bath Housing snow removal information will be delivered to each resident’s door this week.
- Veteran’s Day is Wednesday November 11th. Bath Housing’s offices will be closed for the holiday. Next week Mama Mo’s meals and notices will be delivered on Thursday, November 12th because of the Wednesday holiday.
- Affordable Care Act Open Enrollment Time is November 1st to December 15, 2020. Midcoast Maine Community Action offers a Health Insurance Marketplace Navigator service. To get help applying for healthcare coverage through the marketplace call (207) 442-7963 or email: . Zoom and phone appointments are available.
- The United Way’s guide to Winter Holiday Resources is attached. Note that the popular free Thanksgiving meal at Midcoast Pizza and More will still be offered this year. The meal will be takeout only, so remember to call for your reservation if you are interested.
- Bath Area Food Bank has adjusted their hours to better meet the needs of the community. The food bank is now open on Tuesdays from 4:00 to 6:00 pm and on Thursdays from 12:00 to 2:00 pm. The food bank will be offering a special Free For All non-perishable food distribution on Saturday, November 14th from 10:00 am to 2:00 pm. You must bring your own bags or box and ear a face mask. A flyer about this event is on each resource table.
- Would you like to weigh in on the future use of the Morse High School building? https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/Q2737XX provides videos and information on the 3 design options being considered for re-use of the building. You can complete the survey to submit your feedback until November 6.
- Maine is currently seeing sustained increasing levels of COVID-19 transmission throughout the state. The Maine CDC is warning that this is primarily through community spread and not the result of specific events. There is a higher risk now of exposure through contact with family members, small group gatherings, and in public places such as restaurants and bars.
To remain safe it is very important to follow all CDC precautions including hand washing, mask wearing, and social distancing.
Questions? Your Resident Service Coordinator Would be Happy to Help:
Kristen (residents of Seacliff): 295-3317 or