Greenville residents favor extending privileges to all-terrain vehicles

Posted June 09, 2010, at 12:14 a.m.

GREENVILLE, Maine — Residents voted 302-243 Tuesday to borrow up to $2 million to finance boiler and ventilation upgrades and related improvements at the Louis Oakes School building.

The work is part of a renovation project.

Voters favored extending more privileges to all-terrain vehicles. In straw polls, residents voted 274-268 to keep the Pritham Avenue ATV access route open each year in addition to a new power line trail. They also voted 304-227 to have an ATV access route from Eveleth Hill to Moosehead Lake Road through the blinking light to Lily Bay Road to Foss Street.

Richard Peat was elected to a three-year term on the Board of Selectmen and Ron Dobra to a two-year term on the Greenville School Committee. Both were uncontested.

Pete Johnson was re-elected to a three-year term on the school committee. Johnson received 372 votes and John “Jack” Neal received 137 votes.

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