Augusta School’s New Policy, Smart Meter Lawsuit & Other Things You Need to Know
Here is a collection of the things you need to know today.....
Maine has 474 active cases of CV-19. 2,901 of the total of 3,486 in Maine are recovered and we have seen 111 deaths according to WABI.
Maine has released new safety rules for business now reopening, like casinos, and updated guidelines for other businesses in the third stage of reopening according to US News.
Former Governor Paul LePage has established his Maine residency and has made comments he has plans to run for governor again according to US News.
Around 60 people are being laid off at the paper mill in Jay and about 75 people are being laid off at the paper mill in Westbrook according to WABI.
Two people were arrested in Maine for child pornography charges according to WABI.
A Bowdoinham man has filed a lawsuit against CMP over the cost associated with opting out of the Smart Meter program according to WGME.
Augusta Schools have approved a new media policy and it looks like those games will not be broadcast as they have in the past according to centralmaine.com.
Do the mandates to wear a face mask violate people's rights? Newscenter put it to the test with three experts and the answer was “no, it does not violate constitutional rights.”
Now that July is here, just a reminder that tax day is coming up on July 15th. It was extended this year due to CV-19 according to IRS.gov. Maine taxes and forms are also due July 15th.