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Town Clerk's Office


Keeper of Town Records
   
Staff members:
Debra Lane, Town Clerk
Kathy Maxwell, Deputy Town Clerk
Telephone:
207-799-7665
Fax:
207-799-7141
Office Hours: 7:30-5:00 Monday
7:30-4:00 Tuesday-Friday
Mailing address:
P.O. Box 6260
Cape Elizabeth, Maine 04107
Location:

First floor of Town Hall
320 Ocean House Road
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Services:

Elections & Voting

Vital Records - Birth, Death, Marriage

Marriage Licenses

Riverside Memorial Cemetery

Town Council Agendas and Minutes

 


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Forms &
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Documents


Next Election:

Tuesday, Nov. 6, 2018
Municipal, State and State Referendum Election
Polls open 7 a.m.-8 p.m.
Cape Elizabeth High School (directions)

Absentee Ballot Request Forms: Online | Download Printable

Download Sample Ballots: State Candidate District 30 | State Candidate District 32 | State Referendum | Municipal

Additional Information on the Municipal Referendum:  Do you favor a plan for the Cape Elizabeth School Department to join the Greater Sebago Education Alliance Regional Service Center through an interlocal agreement that will allow the School Department to receive additional revenue through the state funding formula and to more efficiently procure goods and services?

On August 13th, the Town Council voted unanimously to include the current Municipal Referendum on the November 6th ballot, pending School Board approval.  On August 28th, the School Board voted unanimously to approve participating in an inter-local agreement with the Greater Sebago Education Alliance Regional Service Center.  Per state Statutory Section 3805(3) of Title 20-A, voter approval is required in order to confirm the joining of an inter-local alliance.

The Municipal Referendum, if approved by voters, positions Cape Elizabeth Schools to join the Greater Sebago Education Alliance  which seeks to avail the state's Regional Service Initiative.  This new state incentive offers additional state funding for school districts who work together to improve efficiencies and leverage purchasing power by working collaboratively. If the approved, the Municipal Referendum would secure an additional  $22,121.40 in state subsidies for FY19 for Cape Elizabeth schools.  In the following year, the state has promised  an additional increased subsidy estimated for Cape Elizabeth to be $46,000.


 

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