Lawmakers Question CMP, Spring Flooding and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
A Palmyra say a woman died in a head-on crash involving a pickup truck in Palmyra. Centralmaine.com reports she wasn't wearing a seatbelt at the time of the crash. An investigation continues.
The investigation into CMP handling of the October storm continued yesterday. WGME reports lawmakers want to know if CMP is ready for major storms and its aftermath.
Ranked choice voting was supposed to be used in the June primaries this June. Yesterday lawmakers were told ranked-choice is on hold, WABI reports it's because an analyst found a conflict in the law pertaining to it.
The River Flow Advisory Commission met to discuss ice conditions and flooding risks and WABI reports they see no flooding potential in the state for the next couple weeks, but depending on weather conditions that can always change.