November 17, 2018
BANGOR DAILY NEWS (BANGOR, MAINE

Hermon voters to consider spending plans June 8

HERMON — Voters will meet at the high school auditorium Tuesday, June 8, to consider the proposed $9.2 million school-town budget.

The budget will not change the town’s tax rate of $13.70 per $1,000 in property valuation, according to Town Manager Steve Tuckerman.

Also on June 8, elections will be held at the municipal building from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. to fill three council vacancies and two school committee vacancies.

One council and one school committee vacancy will be for one-year terms because of recent resignations. The remaining vacancies will be for three-year terms.

Robert Duran and Anthony Smen are each running unopposed for the two three-year council terms. Peggy Elmer is running unopposed for the one-year council term.

Ralph Carr, a longtime guidance counselor at Hermon High School, is running unopposed for the three-year school committee term, and Douglas Smith is running for the vacant one-year position.


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