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  • The Universal Notebook: How to ruin a good Town Meeting

    The Yarmouth Town Meeting last week went pretty much as it has all 27 years we've lived in town. A few hundred people showed up in the middle school gym, the annual Latchstring Award was given for outstanding community service, retiring School Committee members were given Windsor chairs in reco...

  • Cape Elizabeth school budget opponents' claims questioned

    CAPE ELIZABETH — A citizen group claiming to provide "analysis and research for accurate decision making" on town budgets and projects has distributed inaccurate information about the school budget. A flier titled "Vote no, too high and don't compromise on the schoo...

  • Yarmouth School Committee sets budget hike at 1.85 percent

    YARMOUTH — The School Committee unanimously approved a fiscal 2010 budget of $19.4 million, 1.85 percent larger than this year, and will present it to the Town Council on April 2. The council will hold a series of public hearings on the town and school budget starting Thursday, Ap...

  • Correction

    Last week's story about the South Portland school budget should have said board member Michael Eastman would like to reinstate the certification coordinator position.

  • Taxes unchanged under Falmouth budgets

    FALMOUTH — The Town Council will receive proposed municipal and school budgets in a special meeting next Wednesday.

  • Cape cautious on school budget, despite stimulus

    CAPE ELIZABETH — Although the state has announced that federal stimulus funds will be used to offset curtailments to local school budgets, Cape Elizabeth is moving forward cautiously with its fiscal 2010 budget.