ME’s Congressional Delegation Support USPS & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine starts the day with 371 active cases of CV-19. Overall, 3,592 of the 4,089 of the total cases are recovered and there have been 126 deaths according to WABI.
Members of Maine’s congressional delegation are supporting the US Postal Service and opposed to actions that slow the mail and could affect absentee voting according to centralmaine.com.
The Taste of Waterville, which had been postponed until October, is now decided to cancel for the year according to WABI.
Police in Dover-Foxcroft said a man in an SUV tried to get a 7-year-old to get into the vehicle according to WGME. A similar incident was also reported in the same are in June.
With precaution in place and some new safety equipment, Lisbon Schools will go back to school full time in September according to Newscenter.
A negative COVID-19 test will be required for many University of Maine system this fall according to NewsCenter.
Maine’s Supreme Court has ruled that the CMP’s referendum question will not appear on the ballot as voters do not have the right to overturn the PUC’s decision according to centralmaine.com.
About 80,000 Mainers are still reliving unemployment benefits with about 1,500 new cases filed last week according to centralmaine.com.