Monday, March 10, 2014
Waterville police said most of the role-playing cards were found at the man’s campsite in the woods behind MaineGeneral’s Thayer Center.
Voters approved a $411,684 budget, up 4.4 percent from the year before.
Voters approved the purchase of a new plow truck to replace the town’s current 15-year-old vehicle.
The town’s proposed budget is $411,684, up 4.4 percent from the previous year, and residents Saturday will be asked to move money from surplus to keep taxes from rising.
Residents previously voted against foreclosing on the property, whose owner the town is suing to get him to demolish the building.
This year’s proposed budget is up 2.3 percent from the previous year, but voters won’t have to approve fireworks money after last year’s show was canceled and the money wasn’t spent.
“Empty the Shelter” will run Thursday through Saturday with waived cat adoption fees and half-price dog adoption fees.
Waterville-area syrup producers say the later start is not unusual and they still expect a good year leading up to March 23’s Maine Maple Sunday.
Sheriff Scott Nichols promised when he took office to improve techology and communication between the department and the community.
Voters approved a $768,767 budget, down 2.8 percent from the year before.