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Limington Maine
Tuesday June 13th, 2000 SAD 6 Budget Referendum Ballot
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SAD 6 BUDGET REFERENDUMYESNOBlank
Article 1. Foundation Allocation 124633
Article 2. Debt Service Allocation 127603
Article 3. Additional Local Funds 118702
Article 4. Summary Article 122653
Article 5. Adult Education 117712
Article 6. Non-General Fund Expenditures and Unanticipated State School Aid 133552
Article 7. Revolving Renovation Fund Loans 124588
Article 8. Revolving Renovation Fund Loans 974350
Article 9. Purchase of Land and Building 1093348

Note: There were 191 voters at the polls.
These are the Limington Results only.
Many voters left questions 8 and 9 blank because these questions were on the second side of the ballot.



SAMPLE BALLOT
SCHOOL ADMINISTRATIVE DISTRICT NO. 6
DISTRICT BUDGET REFERENDUM
JUNE 13, 2000
LIMINGTON, MAINE

INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS:  Vote "Yes" or "No" by makings a cross (X) or a check () in a square of your choice at the left of each article.
ARTICLE 1.
YES     NO

       
FOUNDATION ALLOCATION
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will appropriate from the foundation allocation for school purposes the sum of $24,495,092.00 for the fiscal year beginning July 1 2000 and ending June 30, 2001 and raise $9,821,420.00 as the local share of the foundation allocation.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 1.
ARTICLE 2.
YES     NO

       
DEBT SERVICE ALLOCATION
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will appropriate from the debt service allocation the sum of $1,514,211.00 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30 2001 and raise $517,925.00 as the local share of the debt service.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 2.
ARTICLE 3.
YES     NO

       
ADDITIONAL LOCAL FUNDS
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will raise and appropriate $1,901,227.00 in additional local funds for school purposes under the provisions of 20-A M.R.S.A. 15614 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30. 2001.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 3.
ARTICLE 4.
YES     NO

       
SUMMARY ARTICLE
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will authorize the Board of Directors to expend $28,954,763.00 for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001 from the foundation allocation, debt service allocation, local debt service, unexpended balances, tuition receipts, local appropriations, state subsidy, and other receipts for the support of schools.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 4.
ARTICLE 5.
YES     NO

       
ADULT EDUCATION
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will authorize $166,213.00 to be expended for the fiscal year beginning July 1, 2000 and ending June 30, 2001 for Adult Education and raise $80,213.00 as the local share.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 5.
ARTICLE 6.
YES     NO

       
NON-GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES AND ANTICIPATED STATE SCHOOL AID
To see if the voters of School Administrative District No. 6 will authorize the Board of Directors to expend during the period July 1, 2000 to June 30, 2001 such other sums as may be received from federal or state grants or programs or other sources including unanticipated state school general purpose aid for school purposes provided that such grants or programs do not require the expenditure of local funds not previously appropriated.
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 6.
ARTICLE 7.
YES     NO

       
REVOLVING RENOVATION FUND LOANS
Shall the Directors be authorized to issue bonds and other evidences of indebtedness in the name of this District in an amount not to exceed $337,238.00 pursuant to the State of Maine's zero interest rate/loan forgiveness Revolving Renovation Fund Program; to be used for minor capital project purposes as set forth below, on the condition that for each such project for which a loan is obtained, the State of Maine shall first agree to forgive the State's share of the loan amount?
A.
The District has applied for the Revolving Renovation Fund Loans set forth below
B.
For each project which is approved by the State Department of Education, the District shall be responsible to repay approximately 38.44% of the loan amount over a five-year term, at 0% interest.
C.
For each project which is approved by the State Department of Education, the State share to be forgiven is estimated to be 61.56% of the loan amount.
Schools Roof Replacement and Repair Projects Air Quality Project Costs Total Renovation Project Costs State Share to be Forgiven 61.56% Repayment at 0% Interest 38.44%
Bonny Eagle Middle School $200,000.00$$200,000.00$123,120.00$ 76,880.00
Eliza Libby Elementary School $100,000.00$17,238.00$117,238.00$ 72,172.00$ 45,066.00
Hollis Gymnasium Building $ 20,000.00$$ 20,000.00$ 12,312.00$  7,688.00
$320,000.00$17,238.00$337,238.00$207,604.00$129,634.00
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 7.
ARTICLE 8.
YES     NO

       
REVOLVING RENOVATION FUND LOANS
Shall the Directors be authorized to issue bonds and other evidences of indebtedness in the name of this District in an amount not to exceed $555,600.00, in addition to the $444,400.00 approved at the District Budget Referendum of June 8, 1999 pursuant to the State of Maine's zero interest rate/loan forgiveness Revolving Renovation Fund Program; to be used for minor capital project purposes as set forth below, on the condition that for each such project for which a loan is obtained, the State of Maine shall first agree to forgive the State's share of the loan amount?
D.
The District has applied for the Revolving Renovation Fund Loans set forth below.
E.
For each project which is approved by the State Department of Education, the District shall be responsible to repay approximately 31.64% of the loan mount over a ten-year term, at 0% interest.
F.
For each project which is approved by the State Department of Education, the State share to be forgiven is estimated to be 68.36% of the loan amount.
Schools Roof Replacement and Repair Projects Air Quality Project Costs Total Renovation Project Costs State Share to be Forgiven 68.36% Repayment at 0% Interest 31.64%
George E. Jack Elementary $555,600.00$$555,600.00$379,808.00$175,792.00
TOTALS $555,600.00$$555,600.00$379,808.00$175,792.00
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 8.
ARTICLE 9.
YES     NO

       
PURCHASE OF LAND AND BUILDING
Shall the district be authorized to purchase with its operating funds approximately 3.5 acres of land and the building thereon on Route 25 in Limington, Maine, Map R40, Lot 51A, consisting of the site and building of the old Limington Fire Barn at a cost not to exceed $20,000?
S.A.D. #6 Board of Directors recommend a YES vote on Article 9.

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