Friday, April 18, 2014
Negotiations also are underway to provide new contracts to two bargaining units that were not included in Thursday’s decision.
Six of the unions that represent city workers are up for raises each year for the next three years.
The park was closed in February because some pet owners did not pick up after their dogs.
Lithgow Pubic Library supporters are hoping for a June vote on whether to borrow money for library expansion.
The year’s contest has plenty to choose from after a winter of brutal weather.
The University of Southern Maine’s Muskie School of Public Policy will lease a brick building behind the main hospital on East Chestnut Street, and 2,000 square feet in the former main building.
The park owner, who lives in California, says repairs are coming soon to Riverside Drive Village.
State Sen. Roger Katz says CMP support for legislation was to punish Augusta, which would have lost about $200,000 a year with proposal.
The director of the Maine Emergency Management Agency calls the potential for flooding “very high.”
The river flooded parking lots and spilled into several riverside building basements, but no obvious major damage has been done.