Tuesday, March 11, 2014
The cause of a crash involving Daniel Donahue, of Pleasant Ridge Plantation, remains under investigation, according to police.
The break-ins occurred Sunday morning on four different streets in Madison, all of the vehicles were unlocked, police said.
A $522,452 municipal budget was approved at Saturday’s Town Meeting, with a six percent decrease in the amount of money to be raised from taxes.
The approval of a new virtual charter school means school districts in Skowhegan, Madison and North Anson are budgeting additional money.
The Board of Selectmen is recommending a $475,000 municipal budget at Saturday’s Town Meeting.
The cause of a fire that originated on the first floor remains unknown. There were no injuries.
Four members of the Board of Selectmen will return to their seats this year, along with newcomer James Lyman, a former police officer, who topped a field of 31 write-in candidates.
A $1.95 million budget was approved at Monday’s Town Meeting, along with a land buy for a new fire station.
A $1.63 million municipal budget was approved at the Town Meeting Saturday.
Voters at Monday’s Town Meeting will consider expenses ranging from fire hydrant rental costs to workers’ compensation as part of $1.95 million budget.