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Maine legislators settle on $200 million borrowing package to send to voters

The Maine Legislature on Monday agreed to $200 million in bond projects to send to voters in November, after more than a year of stagnation about how much to borrow and for what.

The three proposals finalized Monday would pay to maintain roads and bridges, underwrite projects in Maine’s public higher education facilities, and fund initiatives to protect the environment from wastewater.

To read the rest of “Maine legislators settle on $200 million borrowing package to send to voters,” an article by contributing Bangor Daily News staff writer Christopher Cousins, please follow this link to the BDN online.

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