New Dorms, Cruise Ship Limits and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The CEO of CMP is apologizing for an inadequate response to customers' concerns about a new billing system according to US News.
The Marketplace at Augusta is looking for some zoning changes to allow for different business to use Marketplace space according to centralmaine.com.
Central Maine Healthcare is losing staff and CMMC, Bridgton and Rumford hospitals cast no confidence votes in the current leadership according to centralmaine.com.
The Rockland city council voted 3-2 to limit the number of large cruise ships in Rockland harbor according to centralmaine.com.
Acadia National Park in has list of maintenance projects that cost a total $59.8M according to US News.
Maine voters can now request absentee ballots for this November's election online according to US News. (Request you ballot here)
Gas prices are holding steady in Maine in the last week according to US News.
The new Colby College dorm in Downtown Waterville will be ready for students for this fall according to WABI.
Lewiston plans to buy 10 acres on North Temple St. to build a new fire according to the Sun Journal.