The $5 million Riverfront Community Development Bond offers the citizens of Maine an unprecedented opportunity to revitalize their communities and rivers. By creating a competitive grants program to support voluntary, community-driven projects across Maine, the bond: promotes environmentally sustainable economic activity along rivers; restores and improves habitat for fish and wildlife; develops and promotes public access points for boating and fishing; creates riverfront parks, trails, and other recreational amenities; and leverages other public resources and private investment. The final bond package approved by Maine voters also included $3 million for working waterfront and $7.5 million for state parks, $1.5 million for the Agricultural Water Source Development Program, and $1.5 million for the Municipal Investment Trust Fund.


Score of 100? Senator Party - District Vote
Susan M. W. AustinRepublican - 67
Christopher W. BabbidgeDemocrat - 8
Seth A. BerryDemocrat - 55
Richard M. CebraRepublican - 68
Margaret M. CravenDemocrat - 59
Philip A. CurtisRepublican - 111
Donald G. MareanIndependent - 16
John L. MartinDemocrat - 151
H. Sawin Millett Jr.Republican - 71
Ann E. PeoplesDemocrat - 125
Anne C. PerryDemocrat - 140
Joseph C. Perry Sr.Democrat - 124
John L. TuttleDemocrat - 18


Senator Party - District Vote
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Votes / Roll Calls:

DateDescYeaNayNo VoteAbsentTotalPassedChamber
01/01/2007Roll Call11002131
Susan M. W. AustinYea
Christopher W. BabbidgeYea
Seth A. BerryAbsent
Richard M. CebraYea
Margaret M. CravenYea
Philip A. CurtisYea
Donald G. MareanAbsent
John L. MartinYea
H. Sawin Millett Jr.Yea
Ann E. PeoplesYea
Anne C. PerryYea
Joseph C. Perry Sr.Yea
John L. TuttleYea