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Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« on: February 24, 2012, 04:19:28 PM »
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account #  is 460,  map number is 5. lot number is 42 there are a few parcels of land on number 5 Colbath road ,Poland Springs Me 04274 ,elan's is parcel 70 and it is 32.8 acres .....BUT I don't have a price nor do have an address for Mr. Kinney ,he has a p.o. box


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I think he may be a veterinarian.

Not to blow the whole Juan is re-opening Elan theory out of the water...the thought bugs the hells out of me...

But....if a Veterinarian bought the place, I think that would be a fantastic outcome.

Can't know for sure at this time....only time will tell.

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If we have properly identified the new owner as a veterinarian...if.

Then I would suggest that the ties you need to examine are between him (Kinney) and Scarborough Downs, not Juan.

And even that said, there maybe no connection. But I am certain Sharon Terry knows all kinds of large animal veterinarians, and the track does have a need for such.

Juan is getting nowhere re-opening Elan with a veterinarian as his proxy buyer, imho.

Again...if.

I am happy to run down every lead you give me to the best of my abilities.
If he has ties to the racetrack, then my feeling that her and Juan being in bed together are true. She wants to be behind the scenes

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Nobody is going to license a school, treatment center, or anyhting else involving human health, mental or otherwise, to a veterinarian.
The license is still ineffect. Maybe they're stupid enough to try to do this with Sharonas a board member or something

Remember, Elan wasn't closed down, they went out of business during a bad economy, and were the victims of a horrible internet attack

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Re: Steven J. Kinney, Vetrinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #2 on: February 24, 2012, 04:27:05 PM »
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #3 on: February 24, 2012, 05:03:24 PM »
Wayne Elan is not opening back up. Juan is not coming into the USA to set up a program. Just think of the immigration hurdles and then we can move on to the licensing and what not. It is to much to list right now. So the property was bought by a veterinarian. Maybe he wants to use the land for raising dogs, horses, cattle. I would check the zoning laws. We already know it was zoned commercial.
Could very well be thinking of a outdoor outreach program there are several in Maine using animals.
Plus do we know how much of the land is bought or being considered for acquisition.
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #4 on: February 24, 2012, 06:23:48 PM »
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Wayne Elan is not opening back up. Juan is not coming into the USA to set up a program. Just think of the immigration hurdles and then we can move on to the licensing and what not. It is to much to list right now. So the property was bought by a veterinarian. Maybe he wants to use the land for raising dogs, horses, cattle. I would check the zoning laws. We already know it was zoned commercial.
Could very well be thinking of a outdoor outreach program there are several in Maine using animals.
Plus do we know how much of the land is bought or being considered for acquisition.

Juan is a diversion. That property is useless for animals because of the steep grade.

It is, however, good for muffling the screams of children. We know that
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
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Dr. Stephen Kinney holds degrees from the University of Maine and Tufts University. After 22 years in private practice in southern Maine, he started working with area shelters to reduce intakes and euthanasia's by doing large spay/neuter blitzes. In autumn of 2007, he began work as an independent contractor with the Androscoggin Humane Society in Lewiston, organizing and outfitting an in-house spay clinic in one month. Using ingenuity and resourcefulness, he was able to acquire the needed equipment for about $11,000 and the clinic is up and running at capacity.

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I wonder is table games would be the answer  8)
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #6 on: February 24, 2012, 07:16:34 PM »
I just went through everything that Poland Springs and the State of Maine has, and there is no concrete proof that Mr. Kinney has bought the property as of yet. The deal is not finalized yet. So everyone back up the ponies and unhitch the wagons we ain't headed north yet.
Quit with the undocumented rumors, and who gives a flying bats ass if this guys buys it or not. You never went there, so move on.
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #7 on: February 24, 2012, 09:56:47 PM »
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I just went through everything that Poland Springs and the State of Maine has, and there is no concrete proof that Mr. Kinney has bought the property as of yet. The deal is not finalized yet. So everyone back up the ponies and unhitch the wagons we ain't headed north yet.
Quit with the undocumented rumors, and who gives a flying bats ass if this guys buys it or not. You never went there, so move on.

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Commercial Property Record
 70 Number 5 Road, Poland, ME 04274
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Primary Property Type:   Commercial
Property Sub-type:   Other
Building Size:   27,954 SF


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 11/29/2011
 Owner     Stephen Kinney
 Tax ID / APN     60020-0005-0042
 Address     Po Box 480, Poland, ME 04274
 Acquisition Price     *** <- Isn't that supposed to be public record?


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 Owner     Elan One Corp
 Tax ID / APN     60020-0005-0042
 Address     Po Box 578, Poland, ME 04274
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 $1,753,060 Assessed Value, $23,491 Taxes

And again, the property is valued at 1.7 million. Why? (The assessors office had it at this price too) It was updated as late as 11/29/11

They must have stumbled onto something very lucrative if they're paying 24K a year in taxes

This is no petting zoo
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #8 on: February 24, 2012, 10:45:06 PM »
I'm checking the people who work with him, and their interest in horse racing and Racino opening

If one of these people has ties to Sharon, then we have to assume the worst, and take it from there
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #9 on: February 24, 2012, 11:55:42 PM »
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #10 on: February 25, 2012, 12:10:04 AM »
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #13 on: February 25, 2012, 12:11:49 AM »
Different Steven, Stephen?

Why do all these people spell their names two ways?
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Re: Steven J. Kinney, veterinarian, buys Elan Property
« Reply #14 on: February 25, 2012, 12:13:13 AM »
http://www.realtor.com/realestateagents ... source=web

Looks like the same guy to me....check out the average listing price $397,333.
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