CMP’s Plans to Regain Customer Confidence & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
2,189 of the 2,810 cases of COVID-19 in Maine are considered recovered and 101 deaths according to WABI. That means there are 520 active cases.
Restaurants in Androscoggin, Cumberland, and York counties can resume dine-in service tomorrow according to WABI.
Towns and cities in Maine have now received some guidance from the state on how to hold meetings and elections according to WABI.
As New Hampshire is reopening businesses their stay at home order has come to an end according to WGME.
Maine’s Republican Party has submitted signatures for review to the state to have the ranked-choice voting put back on the ballot according to WGME.
City of Augusta playgrounds are now open again according to the parks department's Facebook page.
Augusta’s new city clerk is leaving that position to return to Waterville to resume her former job as their city clerk according to centralmaine.com. She has given Augusta a two-week notice.
Central Maine Power Company has a new plan and promises to help regain customers' faith and trust according to centralmaine.com.
Police are investigating the death of a man on Vinalhaven Sunday according to centralmaine.com. A woman was also injured.
The US Supreme Court has ruled that employers can not discriminate due to an employees sexual orientation or gender identity according to centralmaine.com.