HOMEPostContact Us
Posted August 11. 2017 1:45PM

Albany struggles with chintzy feds owning 88% of town's land

Click headline or here to open angled item
A covered bridge over the Swift River in Albany. In 2016, the feds paid Albany $105K in lieu of taxes on more than 40,000 acres of land, about 88% of the town. (File Photo)

About 88 percent of the town is within the fed forest, which spans a number of other local towns, including Conway, and into western Maine.