Kim Adams, a resident of Gorham Drive, attended the Kirby Planning Board’s July meeting to express concerns about bears on her street. Adams, who has attended meetings frequently to express concerns over short-term rental properties on the residential street, attended the July session to discuss bears being out on the street near homes. “There are problems with trash being strewed through the neighborhood, and with bear being too comfortable around people due to the constant food supply. The Planning Board suggested to her that she contact the Select Board, the Department of Health, and the local Game Warden, as this isn’t something that the Planning Board has the authority to remedy.
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