Moosehead Region

Serving Somerset County and most of Piscataquis County

43 Lakeview Street
PO Box 1107
Greenville, Maine 04441-1107

COVID-19 update:All LUPC staff are available during these changing and uncertain times. To balance customer service and a continuing need for caution in social interactions, we ask that you conduct business on the phone and/or via email if possible. If you would like to meet with a staff person in the office or onsite, please schedule an appointment ahead of time to ensure that someone will be available to assist you.

All application forms, contact email addresses, and phone #s are posted on this site. If you do not have the ability to print an application, we can mail one to you - if you reach voicemail, please leave a clear mailing address and a phone number where you can be reached in case staff have any questions. Thank you for your patience.

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Greenville Office Location and Directions

The Greenville office is located in the Maine Forest Service building at 43 Lakeview Street in Greenville. Follow Route 6/15 North to Greenville. In Greenville, proceed left at the intersection in the center of town and continue following Route 6/15 (Pritham Avenue) downtown. Take the first right onto Lakeview Street, just past the Window Box an Gallery on the Lake. Proceed on Lakeview Street a few hundred yards. As the road curves to the left, you will see a large brown garage on the right.The Greenville office is located within the adjacent brown building on the right side of Lakeview Street.

Our management personnel is listed on the Staff Directory.

Regional Staff and Office Hours

Ruby Goodmen, Environmental Specialist II
Phone: (207) 349-0941 (Cell) or (207) 695-2466
E-mail: Ruby.Goodmen@maine.gov
Serves most of Piscataquis County, Beaver Cove and Rockwood Strip

Debra Kaczowski, Environmental Specialist IV
Phone: (207) 731-4398
E-mail: Debra.Kaczowski@maine.gov
Serves Somerset County and Harfords Point Twp


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