Vote Counting Continued, Cricket Farming and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
Maine lawmakers are back at the Statehouse this week to consider funding over some bills and bonds according to WGME.
The city council in Waterville has approved the new budget. Centralmaine.com reports it has an increase larger than what the mayor wanted, and had threaten to veto.
A water main break in Waterville is causing some brown water. Kennebec Water District is confident the discolored water is safe and is working quickly to fix the issue. (More from Centralmaine.com)
Maine election officials are close to wrapping up work aimed at announcing winners in two Democratic primaries under ranked-choice voting, WGME reports that there have been some issues with a memory sticks not downloading, so officials asked for the physical ballots.
An Auburn company that focuses on edible insects is moving from Auburn to Lewiston to grow their business and raise crickets according to the Sun Journal.
Emera Maine's proposed rate increase was cut by nearly half by official, but AARP Maine says the 5.34% increase is still too high according to US News.