Athens’ Food Rules, Farmingdale’s Fire Station & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Maine's Secretary of State said he expects the 2018 midterm elections to draw nearly 65% of eligible voters. According to Newscenter that would be a record for a non-Presidential race.
Lewiston School Committee on Monday night unanimously approved $35,000 to make up for the loss of a federal grant that helps homeless students and students on their own according to the Sun Journal.
Athens resident voted to adopt new rules for local control over food sales and production according to centralmaine.com.
Bids on Farmingdale's new fire station came in over budget at least half a million dollars according to centralmaine.com .
Richmond voters reject temporary ban on medical marijuana shops and the town is looking at the rules to if any changes are needed according to centralmaine.com.
A critic of wind turbines is resigning his seat on the Maine Wind Energy Advisory Commission, saying he's served more than four months without any meeting according to US News.
Colby College students will not have to submit SAT or ACT scores starting with the Class of 2023 according to US News.