By Lori Valigra, BDN Staff
Bangor Daily News news story
FARMINGTON, Maine — In a 262-to-102 vote Monday night, Gov. Janet Mill’s hometown of Farmington rescinded an earlier letter of support for a $1 billion Central Maine Power electricity transmission project that would run through the town.
The 700-seat community center was almost packed for the town meeting vote, with the governor and CMP spokesman John Carroll both in attendance.
Townspeople voted to rescind a July 25, 2017, letter in which the selectboard supported the project. In addition to rescinding the letter, they also chose to oppose the project rather than rescinding the letter but remaining neutral…