Possible Delay on Bar Reopenings & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
2,275 of the 2,836 cases of COVID-19 in Maine are considered recovered and 102 deaths according to WABI. Maine starts the day with 459 active cases.
The Maine CDC is now looking at pushing back the timeline for bars to reopen for indoor service according to centralmaine.com.
Waterville City Council voted to support the request from the Proper Pig to have outdoor dining on Common Street according to centralmaine.com. The city has already has shown support to the expanded dining area in the Waterville Common and Silver Street for restaurants.
Moe’s BBQ in Bangor and South Portland closing temporary after they have an employee who works in the South Portland location test positive for coronavirus according to WABI.
Electricity Maine is agreeing to settle the class-action lawsuit in regard to deceiving customers but is not admitting to any wrongdoing according to WGME.
Portland Museum of Art is reopening with new procedures including having to buy your admission tickets ahead of time according to WMTW.
Boynton’s Market in downtown Hallowell is for sale and looking for a new owner according to centralmaine.com.
City of Augusta playgrounds are open again according to the parks department's Facebook page.
Central Maine Power Company has a new plan and promises to help regain customers' faith and trust according to centralmaine.com.