Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Gardiner City Council is scheduled to hear a budget presentation from city staff at its Wednesday night meeting.
The Augusta bank’s changes will make it better prepared for a financial crisis and to give it more flexibility in the future.
The program will offer financial incentives to established businesses looking to open a location downtown.
The Gardiner Planning Board had been expected to review a proposal for a medical marijuana growing facility this week, but the applicant hasn’t resubmitted his proposal yet after withdrawing it last month.
The North Belfast Avenue store has been operated by the Benedict family since the mid-1970s, but Bob Benedict said he’s hoping to retire by the end of the year.
A research proposal from the Gulf of Maine Research Institute and the Bigelow Laboratory for Ocean Sciences aims to use Earth-system data to predict the movements of species along the Maine coast.
Consultants hired by the city to review its ambulance fund recommended fixes, including reducing billing delays and collecting more aggressively.
About two dozen demonstrators believe CMP’s proposed rate changes will discourage individuals from investing in renewable energy sources such as solar power.
The city of Gardiner hired an outside consultant to review its regional ambulance and rescue service after discovering that revenues for the fund appeared lower than expected.
The state isn’t making any major changes to its plan to build a roundabout near the turnpike service plaza on Route 126, but there could soon be changes to signs there to make the area safer.