Returns and Sample Ballots
Special Town Meeting Friday October 18, 2002
General Election on Tuesday November 5, 2002
Referedum Election on Tuesday November 5, 2002
Special Town Meeting, Friday October 18, 2002
Returns, General Election November 5, 2002
Returns, Referendum Election November 5, 2002
Sample Ballot 11/05/02 - State Legislature District 12
(Limington/Waterboro currently held by Mike McAlevey)
Sample Ballot 11/05/02 - State Legislature District 43
(East Limington/Standish currently held by Sue Hawes)
Sample Ballot 11/05/02 - State of Maine Referendum
October 18, 2002 Special Town Meeting
7PM at the Limington Municipal Building
Please see the Town Clerk for the official warrant and minutes of the meeting.
|Article 1||To choose a Moderator to preside at said meeting.||Ken Gardner|
|Article 2||To see if the Town will vote to appropriate $15,000.00 to be taken from surplus for the purchase and renovation of the squad 1 replacement unit. (The remainder of the expenses will be taken from the Fire Department 2002 operating budget.)||Passed as read.|
|Article 3||To see if the Town will vote to accept the donation of a 1996 Modular Ambulance to be placed in service as an emergency back-up unit, to be used, in the event that the primary unit becomes disabled. (Estimated cost to bring unit to a serviceable state will be under $3,000.00 which will come from the Recue unit 2002 operating budget.)||Passed as read.|
|Article 4||To see if the Town will vote to authorize the one-time issuance of up to nine (9) residential growth permits, available for 30 days after issuance is authorized by vote, in addition to those residential growth permits available and previously issued according to the terms of the Town's Growth Ordinance. Permits authorized by this article shall be issued according to the provisions of Article VII of Town's Growth Ordinance, only to applicants whose requests were received by the CEO before Aug. 21, '02.||Proposed amendment "Any number of permits issued under this article shall reduce the number of permits allowed to be issued in the 2003 permit year by an equal number" failed.|
Passed as read.
|Meeting was adjourned at approximately 8:35PM|
This meeting was televised live on Cable Channel 5. During the first three articles, there was no audio due to technical problems.
|General Election November 5, 2002||Total|
UNITED STATES SENATOR
|COLLINS, SUSAN M.||737|
|BALDACCI, JOHN E.||395|
|CARTER, JONATHAN K.||110|
|CIANCHETTE, PETER E.||546|
|MICHAEL, JOHN M.||28|
REPRESENTATIVE TO CONGRESS District 1
|ALLEN, THOMAS H.||589|
STATE SENATOR District 34
|McALEVEY, MICHAEL J.||523|
|NASS, RICHARD A.||548|
REPRESENTATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE District 12
|JACOBSEN, LAWRENCE E.||435|
|TARAZEWICH, FRANK J.||370|
REPRESENTATIVE TO THE LEGISLATURE District 43
|HAWES, SUSAN M.||111|
|MOORE, GARY W.||128|
|ATWOOD, JAMES D.||678|
|PLANTE, JEROME G.||359|
REGISTER OF DEEDS
|ANDERSON, DEBRA L.||421|
|JEWETT, MARTIN H.||628|
|COTE, PHILIP G.||512|
|PHINNEY, C. WESLEY, JR.||554|
DISTRICT ATTORNEY District 1
|CANTARA, MICHAEL P.||857|
COUNTY COMMISSIONER District 1
|WEYMOUTH, BARBARA V.||914|
There were a total of 1102 ballots cast.
|State of Maine Referendum|
November 5, 2002
|Question 1.||Prison Funding||360||652||90|
|Question 2.||Pollution, Dam repair, drinking water, library maps, & Potato marketing||534||551||17|
|Question 3.||Constitutional Amendment for debt||513||546||43|
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Style No. 107-P
General Election, November 5, 2002
LIMINGTON Precinct 1 1
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Style No. 108-P
STATE OF MAINE
General Election, November 5, 2002
LIMINGTON Precinct 1 2
INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERSPlace a cross (X) or a check () in a square at the left of the name of the candidate for whom you choose to vote. You may vote for a person whose name does not appear on the ballot by writing the person's name and municipality of residence in the blank space provided and marking the square at the left. If you make a mistake, you may request a new ballot. DO NOT ERASE.
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INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS:
Place a cross (X) or a check () in a square next to your choice. A mark in the YES box means you are in favor, a mark in the NO box means you are opposed. If you make a mistake, you may request a new ballot. DO NOT ERASE.
|Question 1: Bond Issue|
|Do you favor a $25,000,000 bond issue to raise funds to build a new correctional facility in Machias and to make improvements to the Maine Correctional Center in South Windham?|
Total estimated life time cost is $31,393,750 representing $25,000,000 in principal and $6,393,750 in interest (assuming interest at 4.65% over 10 years).
|Question 2: Bond Issue|
|Do you favor a $24,100,000 bond issue for the following purposes:
1. The sum of $5,000,000 to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities, providing the state match for $12,500,000 in federal funds;
2. The sum of $1,000,000 to protect public health, safety and the environment by providing funds to remove overboard discharges;
3. The sum of $7,000,000 to make renovations and enhance wastewater treatment at the Department of Inland Fisheries and Wildlife's fish-rearing facilities;
4. The sum of $1,000,000 to protect public health, safety and the environment by providing funds to remove and replace failing septic systems;
5. The sum of $1,000,000 to clean up uncontrolled hazardous substance sites;
6. The sum of $500,000 to remediate solid waste landfills;
7. The sum of $500,000 to clean up tire stockpiles;
8. The sum of $500,000 to provide funds for the Dam Repair and Reconstruction Fund and the renovation of and capital repairs and improvements to locks under the control of the Bureau of Parks and Lands;
9. The sum of $1,800,000 to support drinking water system improvements that address public health threats, providing the state match for $6,000,000 in federal funds;
10. The sum of $2,300,000 to acquire the technology and services required to establish an Internet-based Maine public library of geographic data, to improve citizens' access to public geographic data, to make grants to municipalities for voluntary automation of parcel and zoning maps to uniform standards, to provide the state match for at least $1,600,000 in federal funds and to participate in intergovernmental data development agreements;
11. The sum of $1,500,000 to support household hazardous waste collection and public recycling;
12. The sum of $1,000,000 to construct new or retrofit existing pollution control structures on Maine farms to protect the environment;
13. The sum of $500,000 to construct environmentally sound water sources that help avoid drought damage to crops; and
14. The sum of $500,000 to recapitalize the Potato Marketing Improvement Fund?
Total estimated life time cost is $30,263,575 representing $24,100,000 in principal and $6,163,575 in interest (assuming interest at 4.65% over 10 years).
|Question 3: Constitutional Amendment|
|Do you favor amending the Constitution of Maine to allow the State to issue short-term debt in limited amounts that must be repaid with federal transportation funds within 12 months to facilitate the development of highways, bridges and other transportation projects?
TURN OVER FOR TREASURER'S STATEMENT
STATE OF MAINE
The State of Maine borrows money by issuing bonds. Bonds spread the payments for projects over their useful life so that all benefiting from the projects pay for them. The following is a summary of the bond debt of the State of Maine as of June 30, 2002.
Bonds Outstanding (Issued and Maturing Through 2012):
Principal Interest Total Highway Fund $ 85,335,000 $13,171,556 $ 98,506,556 General Fund $260,790,000 $45,312,450 $306,102,450
Total $346,125,000 $58,484,006 $404,609,006
Unissued Bonds Authorized by Voters:
$275,862,031 Unissued Bonds Authorized by the Constitution and Laws: $ 99,000,000 Total Unissued Bonds: $374,862,031
If the bonds submitted here are approved by voters and issued for the full statutory period authorized, an estimate of the total interest and principal that may reasonably be expected to be paid is $61,657,325 representing $49,100,000 in principal and $12,557,325 in interest.
Dale McCormick, Treasurer of State
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