New Police Station Conversation, PUC Investigating Complaints & Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Maine needs to pay $14 million from the Medicaid fund to make up for a federal cuts to Riverview Psychiatric Center last year according to US News.
A legislative committee endorse a bill to require Maine schools to periodically test drinking water for lead according to US News.
A federal judge has awarded more than $100 million to the Maine Yankee and two other closed nuclear plants in New England because spent nuclear fuel that has yet to be removed by the U.S. government according to US News.
The Transportation Committee discussed a bill to eliminate most vehicle inspection rules in Maine according to WGME.
A bill to require cursive handwriting instruction for Maine kids died in committee according to WGME.
The PUC will investigate complaints from residents in Jackman, Caratunk and Dover-Foxcroft over CMP complaints according to centralmaine.com.
Augusta City Councilors will talk about a new police department building and plastic bag ban at the council meeting Thursday according to centralmaine.com.
Reestablishing solar energy incentives is moving forward according to centralmaine.com.