Waterville Recall Vote, Dangerous Augusta Sites and Other Things You Need to Know Today
Here are the things you need to know today......
The National Association of Medical Examiners have cited Maine's Office of the Chief Medical Examiner as one of the best in the country granted the Maine office full accreditation five years according to US News.
A new report finds that legalizing and taxing marijuana boosts revenue for state and local governments, but not by much. The study found even with the high taxes on the legal sales of the drug, the revenue accounts for a small portion of government budgets of states where it is legal according to WMTW.
Maine's U.S. senators differ on President Trump's decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal. Newscenter reported U.S. Sen. Susan Collins said she didn't support the original deal. U.S. Sen. Angus King said the old deal wasn't perfect but has hindered Iran's ability to develop nuclear weapons.
Four structurally unsound sites in Augusta could be declared dangerous by the city. Centralmaine.com reports if that happens the owners would have two months to demolish them if not the city could do it and bill the owners.
Centralmaine.com reports June 12, Waterville voters will decided on recalling Nick Isgro as mayor.
Winthrop school board has requested an extra $50,000. Centralmaine.com reports half for payment to the outgoing superintendent, who is amid accusations that’s he’s created a 'hostile work environment'.