Public comment period now open on wording of energy corridor ballot question AUGUSTA – Secretary of State Matthew Dunlap is now accepting public comment for the wording of the energy transmission project citizens’ initiative question that is qualified to appear on the Nov. 3, 2020 Referendum Election ballot. Continue reading
Press Herald A group has asked Gov. Mills and CMP chairman David Flanagan to release any information that may have been collected about about them by the Maine Information and Analysis Center. Continue reading
Sun Journal It is disappointing that Tom Rumpf and Lloyd Irland (guest column, May 17) are using a zero-sum approach to promote the New England Clean Energy Connect project in which the environment of the western Maine mountains must be sacrificed in order to save us from greenhouse gas emissions from fossil fuel energy. Continue reading
Daily Bulldog You the residents of Maine, will have that decision November 2020. A total of 66,000 residents cared enough to sign a petition to have it placed on the ballot. For the price of a cup of coffee per month on your electric bill this forest will remain untouched. Continue reading
Wednesday, May 13, 2020: Patriotism and being uninformed, gun safety during COVID-19, No on NECEC Click HERE to read the LTE!
The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has upheld a lower court's ruling to allow the referendum question on the November ballot. BY J. CRAIG ANDERSON STAFF WRITER The Maine Supreme Judicial Court has upheld a lower court’s ruling to allow a referendum question on the November ballot that seeks to overturn prior regulatory approval of a planned Central Maine Power Co. transmission corridor through western Maine. Continue reading
By FRED BEVER • MAY 7, 2020 The lawsuit had aimed to stop the people's referendumNO TO NECEC FACEBOOK The state's highest court has ruled that Maine voters will have their say on Central Maine Power's proposed billion-dollar powerline through western Maine in November. Continue reading