Gov. Paul LePage's veto of a bill that would prevent Maine cities and towns from requiring superintendents to live within their school districts was ...
The bill would directly affect Biddeford and Augusta, which require superintendents to live in their cities.
The Senate rejection follows a House vote in favor of the bill last week.
On a snowy day last winter, Rep. Craig Hickman stood on the balcony of the Maine State House, closed his eyes and dreamed of food . .
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Gov. LePage is deciding the fate of a bill giving control to local boards on where superintendents must live.
We have to hand it to Gov. Paul LePage. He may not always be right about the facts, but he tells you what he thinks.
For nearly 20 years, I coached Maine baseball and softball players in Little League, high school and college. I stay in touch with many of my former ...