A workman wears a hard hat at a building site in Portland on Friday, May 6, 2022. Credit: Troy R. Bennett / BDN

Many towns and cities across the state have seen newcomers from Maine and out-of-state move in during the past couple years.

That migration is offsetting some of demographic trends in our aging state, and brings with it some policy implications. In some locations, school enrollment is growing, as are housing costs. The character of towns could change, with new ideas adding to the old.

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