Rangeley voters elect new selectman, school budget approved

RANGELEY – Voters reelected one incumbent but also sent a new face to the Board of Selectmen at Tuesday’s election, while residents of the town and surrounding plantations approved the $3.4 million school budget. Selectman Gary Shaffer, Selectman Dennis Marquis and challenger Pamela White ran for two seats

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Voters approve $3.37M school budget

By Donna M. Perry Special to the Irregular RANGELEY — Voters in Regional School Unit 78 approved a budget of $3.37 million for 2011-12 Tuesday, May 24, during a district-wide budget meeting, Superintendent Brian Foster said Wednesday

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Polls open today: Ballot decisions here

Time to cast your ballots! Voters can expect to see five state referendum questions, a People’s Veto and four bond issues, on their ballot. Democrats and Republicans will also cast votes in their party’s primary.

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Residents of four communities vote to form new school system (The Lewiston Sun Journal)

RANGELEY — Voters here and in several plantations approved a school consolidation plan by a combined 698-238 vote Tuesday. The new school system will replace Union 37 as of July 1, 2010.

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Residents of four communities vote to form new school system (The Lewiston Sun Journal)