Total Votes Cast - 2204
Results for Waldoboro Only.
Special Referendum Style Town Meeting
Article 2. Shall the Town (1) approve a capital improvement project consisting of water main replacement on Pine Street and Elm Street due to age and condition, including transaction costs and other expenses reasonably related thereto; (2) appropriate the sum of One Hundred Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($175,000) to fund the project; (3) authorize the Town Treasurer and the Chair of the Select Board to issue general obligation securities of the Town (including temporary notes in anticipation of the sale thereof) in an aggregate principal amount not to exceed One Hundred Seventy Five Thousand Dollars ($175,000); and (4) delegate to the Treasurer and the Chair of the Select Board the authority and discretion to fix the dates, maturities, interest rates, denominations, calls for redemption (with or without premium), form, and other details of said securities, including authority to execute and deliver the securities on behalf of the Town?
Selectmen recommends. Vote: In Favor 5, Opposed 0.
Budget Committee recommends. Vote: In Favor 7, Opposed 0, Absent 2.
Total Town Indebtedness:
A. Bonds outstanding and unpaid: $2,104,034.00
B. Bonds authorized and unissued: $-0-
C. Anticipated amount of bonds to be issued $ 175,000.00
Costs: At an estimated net interest rate of 1% for a twenty (20) year maturity, the estimated cost of this bond issue will be:
Interest: $ 28,662.51
Total Debt Service: $203,662.51
Validity: The validity of the bonds and the voters’ ratification of the bonds may not be affected by any errors in the above estimates, the ratification by the voters is nonetheless conclusive and the validity of the bonds is not affected by reason of the variance.
- Yes - 1400
- No - 698
Article 3. Shall an ordinance titled “Town of Waldoboro, Maine Fire Department Service Billing Ordinance”, be enacted? A copy of the proposed amended ordinance is on file at the office of the Town Clerk for public inspection? <CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE ORDINANCE>
- Yes - 926
- No - 995
State of Maine - General Election
United States Senator (Vote for one)
- 672 - Bellows, Shenna - Manchester -Democratic
- 1480 - Collins, Susan M. - Bangor - Republican
- 2 - Lyons, Christopher (Write-in)
- 0 - Stubenrod, Deril V. (Write-in)
Governor (Vote for one)
- 167 - Cutler, Eliot R. - Cape Elizabeth - Independent
- 1163 - LePage, Paul R. - Augusta - Republican
- 856 - Michaud, Michael H. - East Millinocket - Democratic
- 0 - Vachon, J. Martin (Write-in)
Representative to Congress, District 1 (Vote for one)
- 769 - Misiuk, Isaac J. - Gorham - Republican
- 169 - Murphy, Richard P. - Sanford - Independent
- 867 - Pingree, Chellie - North Haven - Democratic
- 21 - Stephens, Barry D. (Write-in)
State Senator (Vote for one)
- 1063 - Fossel, Leslie T. - Alna - Republican
- 1059 - Johnson, Christopher K. - Somerville - Democratic
Representative to Legislature (Vote for one)
- 990 - Evangelos, Jeffrey - Friendship - Independent
- 1150 - Winchenbach, Ellen A. - Waldoboro - Republican
Register of Probate (Vote for one)
- 18 - Gottlieb, Stephen Brian (Ryan)
- 19 - Maguire, Kenneth S. (Write-in)
- 67 - Moore, Catherine H. (Write-in)
County Treasurer (Vote for one)
- 1569 - Newell, Richard H., Jr. - Newcastle - Republican
Register of Deeds (Vote for one)
- 1618 - Wotton, Rebecca S. - Bristol - Republican
Sheriff (Vote for one)
- 1643 - Brackett, Todd B. - Nobleboro - Democratic
District Attorney (Vote for one)
- 1103 - Rushlau, Geoffrey A. - Dresden - Republican
- 878 - Sinclair, David A. - Bath - Democratic
County Commissioner (Vote for one)
- 1708 - Blodgett, William B. - Waldoboro - Democratic
State of Maine - Referendum Election
Question 1: Citizen Initiative: Do you want to ban the use of bait, dogs or traps in bear hunting except to protect property, public safety, or for research?
- Yes - 943
- No - 1224
Question 2: Bond Issue: Do you favor an $8,000,000 bond issue to support Maine agriculture, facilitate economic growth in natural resources-based industries and monitor human health threats related to ticks, mosquitoes and bedbugs through the creation of an animal and plant disease and insect control laboratory administered by the University of Maine Cooperative Extension Service?
- Yes - 1253
- No - 856
Question 3: Bond Issue: Do you favor a bond issue to provide $4,000,000 in funds to insure portions of loans to small businesses to spur investment and innovation and to provide $8,000,000 in funds to make flexible loans to small businesses to create jobs, revitalize downtowns and strengthen the rural economy?
- Yes - 1210
- No - 887
Question 4: Bond Issue: Do you favor a $10,000,000 bond issue, to be awarded through a competitive process and to be matched by $11,000,000 in private and other funds, to build a research center and to discover genetic solutions for cancer and the diseases of aging, to promote job growth and private sector investment in this State, to attract and retain young professionals and make the State a global leader in genomic medicine?
- Yes - 1225
- No - 859
Question 5: Bond Issue: Do you favor a $3,000,000 bond issue, to be awarded through a competitive process and to be matched by $5,700,000 in private and public funds, to modernize and expand infrastructure in a biological laboratory specializing in tissue repair and regeneration located in the State in order to increase biotechnology workforce training, retain and recruit to the State multiple biomedical research and development groups and create a drug discovery and development facility that will improve human health and stimulate biotechnology job growth and economic activity?
- Yes - 1015
- No - 1063
Question 6: Bond Issue: Do you favor a $10,000,000 bond issue to ensure clean water and safe communities across Maine; to protect drinking water sources; to restore wetlands; to create jobs and vital public infrastructure; and to strengthen the State’s long-term economic base and competitive advantage?
- Yes - 1246
- No - 857
Question 7: Bond Issue: Do you favor a $7,000,000 bond issue to facilitate the growth of marine businesses and commercial enterprises that create jobs and improve the sustainability of the State’s marine economy and related industries through capital investments, to be matched by at least $7,000,000 in private and other funds?”
- Yes - 1302
- No - 797