Old Town is a city located in Penobscot County, Maine. As of the 2000 census, the city had a total population of 8,130.
Many of the residents work for the town's Georgia-Pacific plant or are students at the University of Maine. As of March 2004, Old Town is currently experiencing a dispute over whether a new landfill should be created in the town.
Old Town is also home to a previous residence of Melville Weston Fuller, former chief justice of the U.S. Supreme Court.
Web Sites and Links
James W. Sewall Co.Old Town. Established as an engineering, surveying, and forestry business, the James W. Sewall Company later expanded into aerial photography and all types of cartography and mapping. Description of mapping and GIS services offered.
JPLoggerOld Town. Certified logging professional utilizing cut-to-length processing and specializing in individual tree selection harvests.
Nos Histoires de L'Ile (Our Stories of the Island)Old Town. On line historical photo archive Nos Histoires de L'Ile (Our Stories of the Island) has been created by current and former residents of French Island to preserve the unique story of the French community. A rare collection of over 1000 photographs of people and places taken in the 1880's.
Penobscot River CompanyA guide service offering fly fishing for landlocked salmon and brook trout on the Penobscot and Kennebec rivers.
Town of Old TownLinks to local government, businesses, schools, library and history.