Hey Walmart people, pay your Ellsworth property tax bill.

Your building on Myrick Street is not "dark", the lights are on, and there are people waiting in line at the checkout. You gotta be making money.

Everyone goes to Walmart. We go almost every week. We buy water, paper towels and cat litter. Sometimes we get bread, birdseed, and meds. We left $60 there this past Saturday.

There were a bunch of cars in the parking lot there this past Saturday. You gotta be making money.

I know that it's not enough, it never is for money-sucking machines.

You filed a tax abatement with the City of Ellsworth in 2017, and now again this year. You want your tax bill cut in half. Because in your eyes that's what the place would be worth if you shut the lights off, abandoned it, and put such a novel-looking building up for sale.

We know it's really all business in the corporate world, where behemoths like you pay others to put Maine cities, towns, and our state government through the routine. The routine of trying to lower property tax bills. It's a gamble and sometimes it pays off, making the process worthwhile to your shareholders for years to come.

While the locals spend their money there, buying toilet paper, cereal, and underwear. The same locals that pay their entire property tax bill, year after year.

We remember back in 2009 when you left behind your novel-looking building on the Bar Harbor road. The one that was eventually sold.

Anyway, we truly hope that you end up paying the rest of your property tax bill to the City of Ellsworth so that you are in good standing and continue to support the community. The community that wants to send their kids to a good school, have their trash picked up, and be able to call a cop or the fire department when needed.

The same community that supports you.

25 Must-Visit Places In Ellsworth

The bustling and scenic town of Ellsworth has a lot of history, old and new and lots of experiences to have, old and new. Whether you want to take a train ride, take the kids to the park, get a sweet tattoo, treat yourself or find that after-party early morning breakfast, here are 25 businesses and locations to really get some memorable experiences at the good vibes town Downeast Maine, Ellsworth.

Take A Look Inside The Least Expensive Home For Sale In Maine

Take a peek inside and out of this very slammin' and radical property, and if you find it to be totally off the hook, then hook up with the realtor for the lowdown.

Peek Inside The Most Expensive House Currently For Sale In Maine

This $10.5 million compound on Hope Island in Casco Bay is the stuff that dreams are made of. With expansive grounds, a couple of guest houses, a horse barn, and a dock that connects to deep water frontage, what more would one desire?

$1.75 Million Island Paradise Is Ellsworth's Most Expensive Home For Sale

Would you jump into the pool or the lake? Decisions, decisions, decisions.

Wow, this place is really nice. A 6000 square foot, 4 bedroom, 5 bath island paradise with a big, beautiful pool as well. Sign us up!

Isle Wood is located at 452 Philips Way in Ellsworth with 1000+ feet of shoreline on Branch Lake, the City of Ellsworth's water source. The water is crystal clear in both the lake and the pool for that matter.

The French-style home that was built in 1996 is located on an island with it's own bridge to the mainland, so if you dig privacy, then this is your place! It's also been renovated extensively and set up for year-round living.

We found it listed by Acadia Realty Group for $1.75 million and it includes over 5 acres of land, which gives you plenty of room to have the time of your life.