Regional School Unit 19 voters will consider a $22.65 million school budget today after an initial attempt to adopt a budget failed in June.

Voting will take place from until 8 p.m. at designated polling places in each town.

The revised budget includes a roughly $200,000 decrease in the local contribution, said Greg Potter, superintendent of RSU 19.

On June 18, voters rejected a $22.7 million budget, 457–400.

Communities in the Newport-based district are Corinna, Dixmont, Etna, Hartland, Newport, Palmyra, Plymouth and St. Albans.

This story will be updated.


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