Repeat bond vote planned in Maine school district

Nov. 26, 2010
$250,000 bond passed earlier, but ballot language omitted one project

From Foster’s Daily Democrat: Maine School Administrative District 60 in North Berwick is holding a $250,000 bond election on Dec. 7 to correct an oversight in an earlier ballot proposal. On Nov. 2, voters approved a $250,000 bond for repairs at various district schools, but a significant repair project that the bond was meant to fund — the replacement of the Knowlton School roof in Berwick — was inadvertently left out of the wording of the ballot question. Attorneys have advised the district to schedule a second vote.

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