On May 28th, the Falmouth Town Council unanimously approved the project plan, rezoning and 40-year land lease for the Arena. Council Chair Teresa Pierce was an early supporter of the Arena and deserves special thanks along with fellow councilors Chris Orestis, Sean Mahoney, Karen Farber, David Goldberg, Claudia King, and Russ Anderson. Town Manager Nathan Poore, … More Step 4: Falmouth Approves Project
Efficiency Maine recently awarded Casco Bay Arena a $50,000 grant for installation of a photovoltaic system. This is an important first step in our goal of having Maine’s first net-zero electricity arena. EM-013-2014 Notice of Award 05 15 14 Casco Bay Coach Mike Curtis has taken the lead on our sustainability efforts. Presently, we are … More Casco Bay Arena Awarded $50,000 Solar Grant
D & G Machine has been a decades-long supporter of Casco Bay Hockey, and it should not be surpising that they came up big for us again. We received estimates of over $9,000 for the removal, transport and storage of the chiller . When Charlie Tarling, President of D & G Machine, heard about … More D & G Machine Comes Up Big for Casco Bay
Our proposed arena was the subject of a front page article in The Forecaster. The article can be found at: http://www.theforecaster.net/news/print/2014/03/19/falmouth-hockey-rink-proposal-gets-lukewarm-recept/191864. The Falmouth Town Council has been very supportive of our project and Falmouth town officials have been extremely helpful. The project has also been heartily supported by the Falmouth Hockey Boosters and the families … More Forecaster Article on Casco Bay Arena
SeaFax, Inc., the Kaserman Family and Giancotti Family recently made the first donations at the Bronze Medal Level. The Kasermans and Giancottis are long-time Casco Bay families who have generously contributed time and money to the Casco Bay Hockey program in the past. SeaFax, Inc. has a number of Casco Bay Hockey families, including the … More Donations from SeaFax, Inc., the Kaserman Family, and the Giancotti Family
Radio and television personality Shannon Moss featured the Casco Bay Arena project on her radio show on WLOB 1310 AM. To Casco Bay families, Shannon might be even better known as the mother of Casco Bay Mites player Rowen Hagerty. The audio of the segment can be found at: http://www.wlobradio.com/audio.
The families of Casco Bay Hockey owe Andy Hyland, AIA, of Port City Architecture a debt of gratitude. Andy has generously donated his firm’s services for the intial design and renderings of the rink. Andy’s son, Tucker, played hockey for Casco Bay and Falmouth High School, and his daughter, Mary, played middle school hockey. Andy is a … More Step 3: Preliminary Renderings Submitted to Town of Falmouth