LIVERMORE — Voters in Livermore authorized adoption Tuesday of an ordinance and 48 other articles or blog posts ordinarily introduced at the annual city assembly.
In May well, the Board of Selectpersons voted to maintain the 2020 yearly town assembly by referendum owing to recommendations from the Maine Centre for Ailment Control & Prevention. To support slow the spread of the coronavirus pandemic, gatherings were restricted to fewer than 50 persons.
City Clerk Renda Guild explained Tuesday that 137 ballots were forged, 41 by absentee ballot.
“That’s a wicked-extraordinary quantity,” she stated.
In a 91-44 vote, the town’s medical cannabis ordinance was enacted.
Voters were being in favor of all other articles or blog posts, which includes two for which the Price range Committee encouraged no votes.
Residents voted 82-52 to correct $368,054 for the Highway Department and $400,000 for money highway enhancements.
At previous year’s town meeting, voters lower $16,500 from the selectpersons’ advisable amount of $395,000 for money road enhancements.
A proposal by Spending budget Committee member Warren Forbes to slice it to $350,000 failed.