|Locality||Official Title||Measure Identifier||Summary||Modes||Projected Revenues||Duration||Pass/ Fail|
|Statewide||LD 1694||Bond||Authorizes a $100 million General Bond issue towards highways, bridges, and multimodal facilities (bond proceeds would go to the state DOT)||Transit, Roads, Bike/Ped, Ports||100,000,000||N/A||Pass|
|Gray||N/A||Advisory||Whether to provide funding for Maine Narrow Gauge Railroad Co. & Museum to settle in Gray as main base; whether to borrow funds or use money from town’s operating budget||Rail||N/A||N/A||Fail|
|Boothbay||N/A||Bond||Whether to authorize $1.15 million in bonds to help finance the traffic improvement plan for Route 27 (primary component is a roundabout)||Roads||1,150,000||N/A||Pass|
|Rockport||N/A||Amendment||Two municipal amendments: whether to convert Hawthorne Drive from private to public; repealing Town of Rockport Sidewalk Ordinance and rewriting it||Roads||N/A||N/A||Pass|
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