Missing Maine Women, Burial Backlog and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Gardiner police are still looking for Megan Gregory. WMTW reports she was last seen in Augusta on June 5, 2017.
Maine's Veterans Cemeteries have a burial back log of a couple of months. According to WGME it is not a new problem, it has been happening and it is a staffing shortage.
The Waterville City Council voted to approve a $41.9 million city budget for 2018-19. Centralmaine.com reports it would increase the tax rate by $1.94 for every $1,000 worth of property valuation. It faces further votes.
Centralmaine.com posted Augusta and the KVYMCA may work together for grant money to help immigrant kids join the Y.
Gardiner City Council will decided on spending about $40,000 on upgrades on the bridge replacements in the downtown area according to Centralmaine.com.