May 18, 2018 RSS feed / Front Page

Community News

Process of moving forward begins now

Recall Vote

Following an unprecedented election that saw the removal of three board of education members, Scarborough residents and town officials must now pave a path forward, the first step of which is determining when to hold an election to replace the recall More...

Officials differ on proposed amendments

Crossroads Zoning

Planning board members were divided on several issues relating to zoning amendments in the Crossroads Planned Development District, which had been unanimously approved by town council at their April 18 meeting.  More...

Scarborough Garden Club digs donations

It’s time to dig up and divide some of those perennial plants that are overtaking gardens. More...

Things to Do

Things to Do

The Leader accepts calendar listings from nonprofit organizations. Submissions must be received 10 days prior to publication. Please email your listing to editor@scarboroughleader.com and indicate the date of your event in the reference line. More...

Budget isn’t only game in town

Residents won’t just be asked whether or not they want to approve the school budget in the upcoming June 12 election, as the conservation commission plans to ask voters about their thoughts on a climate action plan for the town. More...

Reval numbers expected in August

The question of whether or not to include the estimates from the commercial and industrial property revaluation loomed large in the finance committee’s discussion on May 10.  Some town councilors were convinced it was an appropriate method More...

In the Know

Recognizing Scarborough’s EMS providers

This coming week, May 20 through May 26, is National EMS (Emergency Medical Services) week. More...

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Letters

We’ve seen this routine before

To the editor, At this point, the combined town budget was passed at Wednesday council meeting, probably by the usual 5-2 vote and $3,725,000 increase or more in spending over last year. More...