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Golder Commons & School House Commons

School House Commons
87 Bridge Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Golder Commons
6 Lincoln Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager for both buildings:
Brent Wilson
(207) 854-6829
bwilson@westbrookhousing.org


Office hours: Property Manager Brent Wilson holds office hours at School House and Golder Commons from 1 to 4 p.m. Tuesday and Thursday. His office is on the lower floor of Golder Commons. There is a lockbox for rent checks and messages in both Golder and School House Commons. To reach Brent from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays, call 854-6829 or email him at bwilson@westbrookhousing.org.

Cable TV, Internet and phone (Time Warner): Call Lou Walker at 756-3529 or email louis.walker@twcable.com.

Laundry: The laundry machines only accept coins. If any of the machines malfunction, please call the 800 phone number featured on the poster in the laundry room.

Lock doors and allow only your guests into Golder Commons: Please make sure any exterior door is locked when you enter or leave. NEVER leave a door propped open with a rock or other object.

Trash pick-up is Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. Please lift the lid and put the trash inside the canister. Do not leave trash outside the canister.

Keep halls clear: Do not decorate the wall around your door or place a welcome mat or anything else on the floor in the hallway, it is a tripping hazard and a fire hazard.

Front door buzzer system: Visitors can buzz your apartment from the front door, but only if you have a landline phone plugged into your apartment’s wall. With a landline, visitors will “call” you on the phone from the front door by buzzing your apartment number.

After you identify your visitor, dial “6” to unlock the front door. If you don’t have a landline, visitors will have to call you on your cell phone. Only unlock the door for your visitors.

You pay for electricity. When you have a confirmed move-in date from Westbrook Housing, you must contact Central Maine Power Company to turn the power on in your name. CMP’s phone number is 1-800-750-4000. Give them your unit’s account number and address.

Ceiling fans: Many apartments have been wired for a ceiling fan with a light. The bedrooms are wired for ceiling fans with a pull cord (no wall on/off switch). The cost to have one installed is $125, which includes the fan. Be advised the fan becomes a permanent fixture of the apartment when it is installed and remains in the apartment when you move out. If you are interested, please call Jennifer in the Maintenance Department at 854-8202.

Community Room available: Residents can reserve the Community Room for personal events. Fill out a reservation form, pay a $35 security deposit, and return the keys within 48 hours. You must leave the room and bathroom in good condition to get your security deposit returned.

During a snow storm: A general sweep of all parking lots, fire lanes, and the main entry is made. For your safety, the crew will stop plowing and leave the parking lot if anyone is in the parking lot.

After the storm ends: Residents are asked to move their vehicles out of the parking lot by 11 a.m. so maintenance can clean residents’ parking spots. You are responsible for finding an alternative parking space while maintenance plows the parking lot. You may return your vehicle to its parking space after the parking lot and walkways have been cleared and sanded.

Storage area: Your main door key opens the storage area. All items should be in plastic containers or bags. Do not store cardboard in storage bays. You must provide a lock for your assigned storage pen.

How to write your rent check: Please make your rent checks payable to Lincoln Bridge Street Associates (LBSA) If you’re including other payment, such as a payment for maintenance or toward your security deposit, indicate how much is paid toward those charges in the memo field.

Penalty for late rent: If rent is not paid by the 15th of the month, a late fee totaling 4% of one month’s rent is charged.

Larrabee Heights

Larrabee Heights
20 Liza Harmon Drive
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Brent Wilson
(207) 854-6829
bwilson@westbrookhousing.org


Resident Council meetings are held quarterly. The next one is scheduled for 10:45 a.m. Monday, March 23, location TBD.

Resident Council officers are:
Colleen Reed, President
Juanita Watson, Vice President
Carol Hayden, Secretary
Marian Sturtevant, Treasurer
Ann Bittner, Officer-at-Large will also serve as the “Sunshine Lady,” sending cards to residents in need of get well wishes, sympathy or cheering up.

Beano games are held at 1 p.m. every Monday in neighboring Larrabee Woods community room.

Library Swap Box: During summer, the swap box, located near the maple tree and site of the occasional Bring-Your-Own Lunch picnics, is available to residents who like to read. Anyone can add a book or take one out.

Larrabee Village

Larrabee Village
30 Liza Harmon Drive
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Brent Wilson
(207) 854-6829
bwilson@westbrookhousing.org


What residents should know: Resident Assistants (RAs) provide 24/7 coverage to ensure residents’ safety and security. RAs are available in a medical emergency or to help with unexpected events, such as when tenants lock themselves out of apartments.

  • To call an RA from an LV phone, dial 0 or 6789. From an outside phone call 854-6789.
  • In an emergency, knock your LV phone off the hook or use the pull cords (in the bedroom and bathroom.) to summon the RA.

Support services available: Southern Maine Agency on Aging (SMAA) provides an on-site social worker who can assist you with information and referral to community programs based on your individual needs and they can help arrange for housekeeping services, including cleaning and laundry assistance. Call 854-6833.

Lunch and breakfast are served daily in the dining room. You can pay-as-you-go or by the month. Breakfast is always pay-as-you-go. If you are not a regular lunch diner, you must call the kitchen the night before to reserve a meal at 854-6818.

Laundry Room: When you move in, you get a laundry card from SMAA for use with washers and dryers. You can activate your card and add money to it using the machine in the laundry room. Insert $5, $10 or $20 bills to add cash to your card. Washers and dryers do not accept cash.

Snow Plowing: If you have a car, you must give a copy of your car key to the property manager. During a storm, maintenance staff will move your car when they plow. Your vehicle must be registered, parked in its assigned spot, work and have plenty of fuel, or it may be towed.

Dial 9 for an outside phone line: If you use LV phones, you must dial 9 for an outside line. To call 911 in an emergency, dial 9-911. To call a Westbrook Housing employee or a neighbor at Larrabee Village, just dial the last four numbers. You don’t need to dial the 854.

LV Phones questions or problems? Call Christine Kukka at 854-6812.

Guests or deliveries at the front door? Dial 9 to unlock the door. If visitors need assistance at the front door, they should dial 500 for the RA. Never admit a stranger!

Jonsey Dairy delivers on Tuesdays. Call 799-5381 about ordering.

Free food is available every Monday in the Community Room starting at 8:45 a.m. Bring a bag.

Hair salon: The beauty shop is open three days a week. To schedule an appointment, call 854-6816.

Cable TV, Internet and phone (Time Warner) questions? Call Lou Walker at 756-3529 or email louis.walker@twcable.com.

How to write your rent check: Make the check out to WSSLP and include your apartment number in the memo field. If you’re including your phone or other payment, indicate how much is paid toward those charges in the memo field.

Late rent penalty: If rent is not paid by the 15th of the month, a late fee totaling 4% of one month’s rent is charged.

Keep pull cords within easy reach: Fire and building codes prohibit tying up pull cords or placing furniture in front of the cords. If you fall, you need to easily reach them from the floor.

Keep halls clear: Use the shelf outside your door for your decorations. Do not decorate the wall around your door or place a welcome mat or anything else on the floor in the hallway, it is a tripping hazard and a fire hazard.

Motorized wheelchairs/scooters: The fire department requires you to store your motorized chairs in your apartment – never leave them in hallways. They can only be charged in your apartment too. Use extreme caution around other people and their pets, and stay on sidewalks or to the far right on roadways.

Computer Room is open daily from 8:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Only residents may use Larrabee Village computers.

The Community Room is available for private use. Contact Nicole Nappi at 854-6841. All visitors/relatives using the Community Room MUST be accompanied by the resident.

Activities at Larrabee Village

Special events and activities: Refer to the monthly calendar for activities including Red Hat events, movies and other outings. Every weekday, residents with LV phones get a voicemail announcing daily activities and events. Call Nicole Nappi, activities coordinator, at 854-6841 with ideas or questions.

Resident Council meetings are held the first Thursday of each month at 2 p.m. unless otherwise noted. Watch the calendar. Dues are optional and are used for craft projects, musical entertainment and other events.

Library visits: A bus takes Larrabee Village residents to the Westbrook library at 8:45 a.m. on the third Wednesday of each month.

RTP Shuttlebus: RTP provides rides to medical appointments and to the grocery store on Thursdays. The bus to the grocery store arrives at Larrabee Village around 9:30 a.m. Call 774-2666 for an application.

A Visiting Nurse is at Larrabee Village on Tuesdays from 1 to 2:30 p.m. in the third floor office. Need a blood draw? Be there between 1–1:30 p.m.

The Activities Committee meets, usually at 1 p.m., every Tuesday in the Community Room.

Chair exercises are offered for free at 10 a.m. every Tuesday and Thursday in the Community Room.

A Bible Study Group meets at 9:30 a.m. every Wednesday in the Community Room.

Beano games are held at 6 p.m. Every Wednesday and Saturday evening in the Community Room.

A monthly tea party, to celebrate resident birthdays…. Is usually held at 2 p.m. on the first Wednesday of the month in the Community Room.

Monthly concerts in the Community Room in 2015
February: 6 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 1. Performer Dana Perkins
March: 6 p.m. Monday, March 2. Performer Gary Richardson
April: 6 p.m. Sunday, April 12. Performer Renald Cote
May: 6 p.m. Sunday, May 3. Performer Pete Mezoian
June: 3:30 p.m. Friday, June 12. Performer Dave Stone
August: 6 p.m. Monday, Aug. 3. Performer Jose Duddy
September: 6 p.m. Friday, Sept. 11. Performers Gloria Jean and Bobbie Lee
October: 6 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 4. Performer Tom Dyhrberg
November: 6 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 8. Performer David Sparks
December 31: New Years Eve Party and Karaoke

Larrabee Woods

Larrabee Woods
10 Liza Harmon Drive
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org


Beano games, sponsored by Larrabee Heights residents, are held at 1 p.m. every Monday in the Larrabee Woods community room. Larrabee Woods residents are welcome.

Resident Council meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month from 1:30-2:30 p.m. The next one is scheduled for Feb. 17. Look for other community events posted in your building.

Mill Brook Estates

Mill Brook Estates
300 East Bridge Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org


Resident Council officers:
Almira Nappi, President
Ruth Doughty, Vice President
Sandra Kenney, Secretary
Carl Pettis, Activities Chairperson

The Resident Council meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6 p.m. The next meeting is Feb. 10.

Monday game night starts at about 5:30 p.m. Residents can come and play any game they wish.

Craft night: Every Wednesday evening at 6 p.m. residents gather to work on crafts.

Bingo games, starting at 7 p.m., are held the first Thursday of the month and the third Tuesday of the month. In February, Bingo nights are Feb. 5 and Feb. 17.

How to dispose of garbage: Your trash must be put in a secure trash bag. A disposal chute is located opposite the elevator on the second and third floors. First-floor residents use the trash room on the same floor.

Laundry Room: When you move in, you can purchase a laundry card in the laundry room to use with washers and dryers. You purchase the card for $5 and can then add money to it as needed. Insert $5, $10 or $20 bills to add cash to your card. Washers and dryers do not accept cash.

Need help with cleaning, laundry or shopping? Homemakers are available for grocery shopping, laundry, light housekeeping, meal preparation and limited transportation. Call Michelle York at 854-6825 or email her at myork@westbrookhousing.org for more information.

Admitting visitors: Each apartment has a special phone that is connected to the front door. Visitors will enter your apartment number and the phone will ring. Once you determine it is your visitor, you can unlock the front door by pushing the “lock” key on the phone.

Never admit a stranger! Jonsey Dairy delivers to Mill Brook on Tuesdays. To order groceries, call 799-5381.

Cable TV, Internet and phone (Time Warner): Call Lou Walker at 756-3529 or email louis.walker@twcable.com.

How to write your rent check: Make your rent check out to EBSA (East Bridge Street Associates) and include your apartment number in the memo field. If you’re including payment for maintenance charges or toward a security deposit, indicate how much you’re paying for those charges in the memo field.

Late rent penalty: If rent is not paid by the 15th of the month, a late fee totaling 4% of one month’s rent will be charged.

Computer/Office Room is open daily. Only Mill Brook Estates residents may use the computers in the office.

The Community Room is available for private use. Contact the Resident Council to reserve the room. Visitors/relatives using the Community Room MUST be accompanied by the resident. The room must be cleaned up after use.

Keep pull cords within easy reach: Pull cords are located in your bedroom and bathroom. Fire and building codes prohibit tying up pull cords or placing them behind furniture. If you fall, you need to easily reach them from the floor. If a cord is pulled, it alerts neighbors only—it does not automatically call police or fire.

Be a caring neighbor, respond to pull cord alerts: During a medical emergency, residents use the pull cord to let neighbors know they need help. When pulled, a resident’s door is automatically unlocked, an alarm sounds, and the light above their door is turned on. When this happens, stop and see if your neighbor needs help!

What to do during a snow storm: Westbrook Housing uses a color sign system to keep you informed about plowing during and after a storm.

  • Red Sign: A red sign posted in the lobby or entryway during a storm means you should stay in the building and out of the parking lot. The maintenance crew is plowing the entryway to make sure there is emergency access.
  • Green Sign: A green sign means the maintenance staff is ready to clean up walkways and parking spaces. You must move your vehicle from its assigned space to the visitor parking area as soon as possible.
Presumpscot Commons

Presumpscot Commons
765 Main Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org


Walking and chair exercises in Presumpscot Place: Located in the basement of Presumpscot Commons, this gym hosts exercise activities for seniors. On Tuesdays and Thursdays, chair exercises are offered from 1 to 1:30 p.m. and a drop-in walking group walks from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. The events cost $1 each. If you participate in both events, the cost is $1 for both.

Resident Council meetings are held the fourth Tuesday of every month from 4 to 5 p.m.

Movies are often held on Sundays, please check the bulletin board for details.

Riverview Terrace

Riverview Terrace
21 Knight Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org


Resident Council meets the fourth Tuesday of every month from 2 to 3 p.m. The next meeting is Feb. 24.

Riverview Terrace Meal Site: Larrabee Village Cafe provides a hot nutritious meal to Riverview Terrace residents on Mondays, Wednesday and Fridays at a cost of $6.25 each. If interested, sign up the week before on sheets located on the bulletin board across from the mail box on the first floor. The meal offered to be served is listed on the sign-up sheet. Payment is due on the day of the meal. If you sign up for a meal you are responsible for payment.

Game night. Nikki awaiting callback from Dot Jarman.

Spring Crossing

Spring Crossing
19 Ash Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org


Currently there is not a resident council at this community.

Watch the bulletin board outside the property manager’s office for events.

783 & 789 Main Street

783 & 789 Main Street
Westbrook, ME 04092

Property Manager:
Joyce Goff
(207) 854-6828
jgoff@westbrookhousing.org

Other Property Management Staff

Patraic Hodgson, Director of Property Management
(207) 854-6832
phodgson@westbrookhousing.org

Kim Eastman, Compliance/Recertification Specialist
(207) 854-6819
keastman@westbrookhousing.org

Deborah Gallagher, Intake Specialist 
(207) 854-6856
dgallagher@westbrookhousing.org

Christine Kukka, Property Manager Assistant
(207) 854-6812
ckukka@westbrookhousing.org

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