BOND ISSUE LEG. SESSION LAW REFERENCE ELECTION APPROVED BY VOTERS PRINCIPAL SENT TO VOTERS PRINCIPAL APPROVED ESTIMATED INTEREST  ESTIMATED INTEREST RATE ESTIMATED DEBT SERVICE MAXIMUM TERM CALL FEATURE
$5,000,000 bond issue to be awarded on a competitive basis to increase access to dental care in Maine, $3,500,000 to be used for a community-based teaching dental clinic affiliated with or operated by a college of dental medicine to be matched by $3,500,000 in other funds, and $1,500,000 to be used to create or upgrade community-based health and dental care clinics across the State to increase their capacity as teaching and dental clinics 124th, 2nd Reg. PL 2009, c. 645 Nov-10 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 1,237,500 4.50% 6,237,500 10 Yes (2)
$9,750,000 bond issue to invest in land conservation and working waterfront preservation and to preserve state parks to be matched by $9,250,000 in federal and other funds 124th, 1st and 2nd Reg. PL 2009, c. 414 as amended by PL 2009, c. 645 Nov-10 Yes 9,750,000 9,750,000 2,413,125 4.50% 12,163,125 10 Yes (2)
$47,800,000 bond issue to create jobs in Maine through improvements to highways, railroads and marine facilities, including port and harbor structures, and specifying the allocation of $4,000,000 of the transportation bond approved by voters in November 2009 to be used for capital rail purposes 124th, 2nd Reg. PL 2009, c. 645 Jun-10 Yes 47,800,000 47,800,000 11,830,500 4.50% 59,630,500 10 Yes (2)
$26,500,000 bond issue that will create jobs through investment in an off-shore wind energy demonstration site and related manufacturing to advance Maine’s energy independence from imported foreign oil, that will leverage $24,500,000 in federal and other funds and for energy improvements at campuses of the University of Maine System, Maine Community College System and Maine Maritime Academy in order to make facilities more efficient and less costly to operate 124th, 1st and 2nd Reg. PL 2009, c. 414 as amended by PL 2009, c. 645 Jun-10 Yes 26,500,000 26,500,000 6,558,750 4.50% 33,058,750 10 Yes (2)
$23,750,000 bond issue to provide capital investment to stimulate economic development and job creation by making investments under the Communities for Maine’s Future Program and in historic properties; providing funding for research and development investments awarded through a competitive process; providing funds for disbursements to qualifying small businesses; and providing grants for food processing for fishing, agricultural, dairy and lumbering businesses within the State and redevelopment projects at the Brunswick Naval Air Station that will make the State eligible for over $39,000,000 in federal and other matching funds 124th, 1st and 2nd Reg. PL 2009, c. 414 as amended by PL 2009, c. 645 Jun-10 Yes 23,750,000 23,750,000 5,878,125 4.50% 29,628,125 10 Yes (2)
$10,250,000 bond issue to improve water quality, support drinking water programs and the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and to assist farmers in the development of environmentally sound water sources that will leverage $33,250,000 in federal and other funds 124th, 1st Reg. PL 2009, c. 414 Jun-10 Yes 10,250,000 10,250,000 2,536,875 4.50% 12,786,875 10 Yes (2)
$71,250,000 bond issue for improvements to highways and bridges, airports, public transit facilities, ferry and port facilities, including port and harbor structures, as well as funds for the LifeFlight Foundation that will leverage over $148,000,000 in federal and other matching funds 124th, 1st Reg. PL 2009, c. 414 Nov-09 Yes 71,250,000 71,250,000 19,593,750 5.00% 90,843,750 10 Yes (2)
$3,400,000 bond issue to support drinking water programs, to support the construction of wastewater treatment facilities and to leverage $17,000,000 in other funds 123rd, 2nd Reg. PL 2007, c. 673 Nov-08 Yes 3,400,000 3,400,000 1,028,500 5.50% 4,428,500 10 Yes (2)
$29,725,000 bond issue for natural resource, agricultural and transportation infrastructure that will leverage $29,780,000 in other funds 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part G Jun-08 Yes 29,725,000 29,725,000 8,174,375 5.0% 37,899,375 10 Yes (2)
$35,500,000 bond issue to invest in land conservation, water access, wildlife habitat, outdoor recreation opportunities, including hunting and fishing, farmland and working waterfront and to invest in state parks, historic sites and riverfront, community and farm infrastructure to be matched by at least $21,875,000 in private and public contributions 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part E Nov-07 Yes 35,500,000 35,500,000 10,030,625 5.0% and 5.75% 45,530,625 10 Yes (2)
Bond issue to stimulate economic development and job creation that would provide $5,000,000 in loans and grant funds and would provide $50,000,000 in research, development and commercialization funds for targeted technology sectors, awarded after a competitive process administered by the Maine Technology Institute, and will leverage at least $50,000,000 in other funds 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part D Nov-07 Yes 55,000,000 55,000,000 17,393,750 5.75% 72,393,750 10 Yes (2)
$43,500,000 bond issue for interior and exterior building renovations, improvements and additions at all campuses of the Maine Community College System, the Maine Maritime Academy and the University of Maine System; to replenish the School Revolving Renovation Fund for school repairs and renovations; and to support capital improvements for cultural and educational assets such as museums, historical facilities and libraries 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part C Nov-07 Yes 43,500,000 43,500,000 11,962,500 5.0% 55,462,500 10 Yes (2)
$18,300,000 bond issue to support drinking water programs and to support the construction of wastewater treatment facilities that will leverage $49,500,000 in other funds 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part B Jun-07 Yes 18,300,000 18,300,000 5,152,125 5.0% and 5.75% 23,452,125 10 Yes (2)
$112,975,000 bond issue for improvements to highways and bridges, airports, public transit facilities, ferry and port facilities including port and harbor structures and bicycle and pedestrian trails that makes the State eligible for over $260,525,000 in federal and other matching funds 123rd, 1st Reg. PL 2007, c. 39, Part A Jun-07 Yes 112,975,000 112,975,000 31,068,125 5.0% 144,043,125 10 Yes (2)
No Bond Issues Sent to Voters 122nd, 2nd Reg.   Nov-06   0       0    
$33,100,000 for improvements to highways and bridges, airports, public transit improvements, state-owned ferry vessels and ferry and port facilities including port and harbor structures; and statewide bicycle trail and pedestrian improvements that makes the state eligible for over $158,000,000 in matching funds 122nd, 2nd Spec. PL 2005, c. 462, Part A Nov-05 Yes 33,100,000 33,100,000 7,464,050 4.1% 40,564,050 10 Yes (2)
$12,000,000 to purchase land and conservation easements statewide from willing sellers for conservation, water access, wildlife and fish habitat, outdoor recreation, including hunting and fishing, farmland preservation and working waterfront preservation to be matched by at least $7,000,000 in private and public contributions 122nd, 2nd Spec. PL 2005, c. 462, Part B Nov-05 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 2,904,000 5.3% and 4.1% 14,904,000 10 Yes (2)
$20,000,000 bond issue to stimulate economic growth and job creation through investments in the Maine economy in anticipation of approximately $44,000,000 in federal and private funds for medical research and development; marine research and edevelopment; equity investments in small Maine companies with potential for high growth; the New Centruy Community Program for capital improvements to cultural resources; the renovation of Camden Hall on the University of Maine Bangor campus for a graduate school for biomedical science; the development of the laboratory for Surface Science Technology; capital costs and equipment for the career center facility at the University of Southern Maine's Lewiston-Auburn College; and the development of the Sunrise Business and Career Center in the town of Jonesboro 122nd, 2nd Spec. PL 2005, c. 462, Part D Nov-05 Yes 20,000,000 20,000,000 4,642,000 5.3% and 4.1% 24,642,000 10 Yes (2)
$9,000,000 to make building renovations at campuses of the University of Maine System, improve and expand the facilties of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at the Univiersity of Southern Maine and make building renovations at campuses of the Maine Community College System. 122nd, 2nd Spec. PL 2005, c. 462, Part E Nov-05 No 9,000,000           Yes (2)
$8,900,000 for purposes related to agriculture and the environment in anticipation of approximately $31,000,000 in federal funds to be used for sustainable water resources and irrigation system development, loans from a wastewater state revolving fund, grants from a small community grants program, support of public water system improvements and repairs and improvements to a veterinary technician faciltiy at the University of Maine. 122nd, 2nd Spec. PL 2005, c. 462, Part F Nov-05 Yes 8,900,000 8,900,000 2,006,950 4.1% 10,906,950 10 Yes (2)
No Bond Issues Sent to Voters 121st, 2nd Reg.   Nov-04   0            
$63,450,000 for improvements to highways and bridges, airports, state-owned ferry vessels and port facilities and port and harbor structures; development of rail corridors and improvements to railroad structures and intermodal facilities; investment in the statewide public transportation fleet and public park and ride and service facilities; statewide trail and pedestrian improvements; and expansion of the statewide air-medical response system 121st, 1st Spec. P&S 2003, c. 33, Part A Nov-03 Yes 63,450,000 63,450,000 14,307,975 4.1% 77,757,975 10 Yes (2)
$6,950,000 to construct and upgrade water pollution control facilities; clean-up hazardous substance sites; fund a small community grant program for pollution problems; for overboard discharge removal program; support drinking water system improvements; and to construct environmentally sound water sources to avoid drought damage to crops 121st, 1st Spec. P&S 2003, c. 33, Part B Nov-03 Yes 6,950,000 6,950,000 1,612,600 5.2% and 4.1% 8,562,600 10 Yes (2)
$19,000,000 for repairs, upgrades and other facility improvements at Maine's public higher education facilities and for grants to construct and renovate public libraries 121st, 1st Spec. P&S 2003, c. 33, Part C Nov-03 Yes 19,000,000 19,000,000 4,284,500 4.1% 23,284,500 10 Yes (2)
$60,000,000 for municipal facilities and for investments in Research, Development, Farming and Affordable Housing 121st, 1st Reg. PL 2003, c. 50 Jun-03 Yes 60,000,000 60,000,000 14,498,000 5.2% and 4.1% 74,498,000 10 Yes (2)
$25,000,000 to Build a New Correctional Facility in Machias and to Make Improvements to the Maine Correctional Center in South Windam 120th, 2nd Reg. P&S 2001, c. 72 Nov-02 No 25,000,000           Yes (2)
$24,100,000 for Water Pollution Control, Drinking Water, Water for Crops and Fish-rearing Facilities, to Clean up Hazardous Substances and Tire Stockpiles, Promote Geographic Data, Recapitalize the Potato Marketing Fund and Capitalize the Dam Repair Fund 120th, 2nd Reg. P&S 2001, c. 71 Nov-02 Yes 24,100,000 24,100,000 6,495,390 6.12% and 4.58% 30,595,390 10 Yes (2)
$28,500,000 to Capitalize the School Revolving Loan Fund, Provide Grants to Public Educational Institutions for Sprinklers in Dormitories, to renovate the Harlow Office Building and to Provide a Center for Homeless Teenagers 120th, 2nd Reg. PL 2001, c. 674 Jun-02 Yes 28,500,000 28,500,000 7,179,150 4.58% 35,679,150 10 Yes (2)
$34,970,000 to Stimulate Job Growth, Renovate Certain State Facilities and Promote Homeland Security and Tourism 120th, 2nd Reg. P&S 2001, c. 73 Jun-02 Yes 34,970,000 34,970,000 11,229,163 6.12% and 4.58% 46,199,163 10 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Research and Development Equipment and Infrastructure 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 39 Nov-01 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 1,193,500 4.34% 6,193,500 10 Yes (2)
$15,000,000 to Capitalize the School Revolving Renovation Fund for Repairs and Improvements in Public School Facilities to Address Health, Safety and Compliance Deficiencies, General Renovation Needs and Learning Space Upgrades 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 41 Nov-01 Yes 15,000,000 15,000,000 3,580,500 4.34% 18,580,500 10 Yes (2)
$17,000,000 to Construct and Upgrade Water Pollution Control Facilities, to Limit Water Pollution Discharges from Maine Farms and Construct Agricultural Storage Facilities, to Remediate Municipal Solid Waste Landfill, to Clean Up Tire Stockpiles and to Make Water System Improvements 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 33 Nov-01 Yes 17,000,000 17,000,000 4,057,900 4.34% 21,057,900 10 Yes (2)
$12,000,000 to Address the Affordable Housing Crisis in the State 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 35 Nov-01 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 3,689,400 5.59% 15,689,400 10 Yes (2)
$61,000,000 to Match Available Federal Funds for Improvements to Highways and Bridges, Airports, Public Transit and Ferry Facilities; Development of Rail, Trail and Marine Infrastructure; and Improvements to Intermodal Facilities Statewide 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 38 Nov-01 Yes 61,000,000 61,000,000 14,560,700 4.34% 75,560,700 10 Yes (2)
$36,700,000 for the State's Public Universities, the Maine Maritime Academy and other Public Learning Centers 120th, 1st Reg. P&S 2001, c. 37 Nov-01 Yes 36,700,000 36,700,000 8,760,290 4.34% 45,460,290 10 Yes (2)
No Bond Issues Sent to Voters 119th, 2nd Reg.   Nov-00   0            
$56,042,031 for improvements to highways and bridges, airports and state-owned ferry facilitites; development of rail corridors and marine infrastructure; and replacement of public transportation fleets statewide that matches up to $112,000,000 in federal funds 119th, 1st Reg. P&S 1999, c. 37 Nov-99 Yes 56,042,031 56,042,031 29,422,066 5.00% 85,464,097 20 Yes (2)
$50,000,000 to Finance the Acquisition of Lands and Interests in Lands for Conservation Water Access, Outdoor Recreation, Wildlife and Fish Habitat and Farmland Preservation and to Access $25,000,000 in Matching Contributions from Public and Private Sources 119th, 1st Reg. PL 1999, c. 514 Nov-99 Yes 50,000,000 50,000,000 26,250,000 5.00% 76,250,000 20 Yes (2)
$12,500,000 to Construct Water Pollution Control Facilities and Make Other Environmental Improvements 119th, 1st Reg. P&S 1999, c. 60 Nov-99 Yes 12,500,000 12,500,000 2,887,500 5.50% 15,387,500 10 Yes (2)
$9,400,000 to Enable Maine Public Broadcasting to Implement the Federally Mandated Conversion to Digital Broadcasting 119th, 1st Reg. P&S 1999, c. 57 Nov-99 Yes 9,400,000 9,400,000 4,935,000 5.00% 14,335,000 20 Yes (2)
$26,420,000 for Maine's 7 Technical Colleges  119th, 1st Reg. P&S 1999, c. 40 Nov-99 Yes 26,420,000 26,420,000 7,992,050 5.50% 34,412,050 10 Yes (2)
$7,000,000 to Construct Water Pollution Control Facilities, Clean Up Tire Stockpiles, Abate and Clean Up Hazardous Substance Discharges and Make Drinking Water System Improvements 118th, 2nd Spec. P&S 1997, c. 92 Nov-98 Yes 7,000,000 7,000,000 892,500 4.25% 7,892,500 5 Yes (2)
$20,000,000 for Research and Development in the University of Maine System, the Marine Technology Fund, the Research Challenge Grants Program and the Gulf of Maine Aquarium Research Facility 118th, 2nd Spec. PL 1997, c. 718 Nov-98 Yes 20,000,000 20,000,000 11,739,263 5.59% 31,739,263 20 Yes (2)
$36,985,000 for Airport Improvements; Marine Facility, Ferry Vessel and Terminal Improvements; Rail Facility Improvements; Transit Facilities and Equipment; Highway Improvements; Collector Road Program and for the Local Road Assistance 118th, 1st Spec. P&S 1997, c. 82 Jun-98 Yes 36,985,000 36,985,000 19,921,970 5.13% 56,906,970 20 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 to Fund Capital Expenses at Vocational High Schools 118th, 1st Spec. P&S 1997, c. 57 Jun-98 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 705,000 4.7% 5,705,000 5 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 to Construct Water Pollution Control Facilities, Provide Grants to Municipalities to Close/Clean Up Landfills and Fund a Comprehensive Watershed Protection Program 118th, 1st Spec. PL 1997, c. 561 Jun-98 Yes 6,000,000 6,000,000 846,000 4.7% 6,846,000 5 Yes (2)
$56,850,000 for Improvements to Highways, State and Local Bridges, Rail Facilities, Airports and Marine and Harbor Facilities  118th, 1st Spec. P&S 1997, c. 56 Nov-97 Yes 56,850,000 56,850,000 31,935,488 5.35% 88,785,488 20 Yes (2)
$10,000,000 to Address Accessibility, Health and Safety Issues 118th, 1st Spec. P&S 1997, c. 58 Nov-97 Yes 10,000,000 10,000,000 2,828,375 5.14% 12,828,375 10 Yes (2)
$7,000,000 to Construct Water Pollution Control Facilities, Clean Up Tire Stockpiles and to Address Environmental Health Deficiencies in Drinking Water Supplies 118th, 1st Spec. PL 1997, c. 561 Nov-97 Yes 7,000,000 7,000,000 924,000 4.40% 7,924,000 5 Yes (2)
$16,500,000 to Investigate, Abate and Clean Up Hazardous Substance Discharges; Clean Up Tire Stockpiles and Clean Up Municipal Solid Waste Landfills 117th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1995, c. 84 Nov-96 Yes 16,500,000 16,500,000 4,673,625 5.15% 21,173,625 10 Yes (2)
$10,000,000 to Construct Water Pollution Control Facilities and to Address Environmental Health Deficiencies in Drinking Water Supplies 117th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1995, c.82 Nov-96 Yes 10,000,000 10,000,000 2,832,500 5.15% 12,832,500 10 Yes (2)
$11,000,000 to Encourage and Support Economic Development 117th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1995, c. 81 Nov-96 Yes 11,000,000 11,000,000 4,144,250 6.85% 15,144,250 10 Yes (2)
$3,000,000 for Major Improvements at State Parks and Historic Sites; Replacement of Churchill Dam 117th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1995, c. 77 Nov-96 Yes 3,000,000 3,000,000 418,500 4.65% 3,418,500 5 Yes (2)
$4,905,316 for a Statewide Library Information System 117th, 1st Reg. PL 1995, c. 475 Jun-96 Yes 4,905,316 4,905,316 676,934 4.60% 5,582,250 5 Yes (2)
$58,900,000 for Improvements to State and Local Bridges, Airports and Ports 117th, 1st Reg. PL 1995, c. 498 Nov-95 Yes 58,900,000 58,900,000 35,560,875 5.75% 94,460,875 20 Yes (2)
$15,000,000 for Technology Infrastructure for Maine's Public Schools 117th, 1st Reg. P&S 1995, c. 48 Nov-95 Yes 15,000,000 15,000,000 4,207,500 5.10% 19,207,500 10 Yes (2)
$4,000,000 for Facilities Serving People with Mental Illness 117th, 1st Reg. P&S 1995, c. 47 Nov-95 Yes 4,000,000 4,000,000 552,000 4.60% 4,552,000 5 Yes (2)
$14,000,000 for Landfill Closure, Water Pollution Control and Underground Tank Removal 117th, 1st Reg. P&S 1995, c. 45 Nov-95 Yes 14,000,000 14,000,000 3,927,000 5.10% 17,927,000 10 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Training Equipment for the Maine Technical College System 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 96 Nov-94 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 720,000 4.80% 5,720,000 5 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Academic Improvements at the University of Maine System 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 95 Nov-94 No 5,000,000           Yes (2)
$2,000,000 for Safety Improvements at the Governor Baxter School for the Deaf 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 88 Nov-94 Yes 2,000,000 2,000,000 288,000 4.80% 2,288,000 5 Yes (2)
$21,300,000 for Rail and Port Facilities and Improvements at State and Municipal Transportation Facilities 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 93 Nov-94 No 21,300,000           Yes (2)
$20,000,000 for Municipal Solid Landfills 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993., c. 99 Nov-94 Yes 20,000,000 20,000,000 6,050,000 5.50% 26,050,000 10 Yes (2)
$9,000,000 for Water Pollution Control Facilities and to Investigate, Abate, Clean-up and Mitigate Hazardous Substance Sites 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 92 Nov-94 Yes 9,000,000 9,000,000 1,296,000 4.80% 10,296,000 5 Yes (2)
$10,000,000 for Fisheries and Hatcheries Operations 116th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1993, c. 90 Nov-94 No 10,000,000           Yes (2)
$15,000,000 for Assistance to Maine Businesses 116th, 2nd Reg. PL 1993, c. 722 Nov-94 Yes 15,000,000 15,000,000 6,393,750 5.50% 21,393,750 10 Yes (2)
$39,500,000 for Highways, State and Local Bridges, Airports, Cargo Ports and the Ferry Service 116th, 1st Reg. P&S 1993, c. 52 Nov-93 Yes 39,500,000 39,500,000 22,189,125 5.35% 61,689,125 20 Yes (2)
$15,150,000 for Construction of Water Pollution Control Facilities 116th, 1st Reg. P&S 1993, c. 51 Nov-93 Yes 15,150,000 15,150,000 3,957,938 4.75% 19,107,938 10 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Landfill Closure and Remediation 116th, 1st Reg. P&S 1993, C. 50 Nov-93 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 512,500 4.10% 5,512,500 5 Yes (2)
$3,000,000 for Acquisition of Certain Rail Lines 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 119 Nov-92 No 3,000,000           Yes (2)
$10,000,000 for Purchase of Recycling Equipment and Facilities and for Closure and Remediation of Municipal Solid Waste Landfills 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 118 Nov-92 Yes 10,000,000 10,000,000 3,080,000 5.60% 13,080,000 10 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 for Repair and Improvement of Publicly Owned Port Facilities 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 117 Nov-92 No 6,000,000           Yes (2)
$8,000,000 for Capital Repairs to State Facilities 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 112 Nov-92 No 8,000,000           Yes (2)
$12,000,000 for Water Pollution Control Facilities Construction 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 111 Nov-92 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 3,696,000 5.60% 15,696,000 10 Yes (2)
$9,985,000 for Tuition for Unemployed Persons Enrolled with the Maine Technical College System 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 107 Nov-92 No 9,985,000           Yes (2)
$42,000,000 for Transportation Infrastructure Capital Improvements 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 113 Jun-92 Yes 42,000,000 42,000,000 12,936,000 5.60% 54,936,000 10 Yes (2)
$37,000,000 for Public Infrastructure Capital Improvements to Create and Preserve Jobs for Maine Citizens 115th, 2nd Reg. & 2nd Spec. P&S 1991, c. 113 Jun-92 Yes 37,000,000 37,000,000 11,935,000 5.86% 48,935,000 10 Yes (2)
$10,000,000 for Recycling Equipment and Facilities and Remediation and Closure of Solid Waste Landfills 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 46 as amended by c. 69 Nov-91 No 10,000,000           Yes (2)
$7,500,000 for Financial Assistance to Natural Resource and Other Industry for Job Retention and Creation 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 57 Nov-91 No 7,500,000           Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Improvements and Renovations at State Park Facilities and Restoration and Preservation of Historic Buildings 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 49 Nov-91 No 5,000,000           Yes (2)
$29,700,000 for Improvements to Highways, State and Local Bridges, Airports, State Ferry Vessels and Harbors 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 53 Nov-91 Yes 29,700,000 29,700,000 21,049,875 6.75% 50,749,875 20 Yes (2)
$16,500,000 for the Construction of Water Pollution Control Facilities and to Protect Public Water Supplies 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 47 Nov-91 No 16,500,000           Yes (2)
$5,500,000 for Construction, Purchasing and Renovation of Correctional Facilities 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 48 Nov-91 No 5,500,000           Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Acquisition of Land for Conservation, Outdoor Recreation, Habitat Conservation and Public Access 115th, 1st Reg. P&S 1991, c. 44 Nov-91 No 5,000,000           Yes (2)
$4,500,000 to Acquire Three Railroad Lines 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 135 Nov-90 Yes 4,500,000 4,500,000 864,000 6.40% 5,364,000 5 Yes (2)
$20,250,000 for Various State Correctional Facilities Improvements 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 133 Nov-90 No 20,250,000           Yes (2)
$3,000,000 for Hazardous Sites' Clean-up 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 132 Nov-90 Yes 3,000,000 3,000,000 576,000 6.40% 3,576,000 5 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Major Maintenance Problems in Public Schools, including Underground Fuel Tank Removal, Hazardous Material Removal, and Roof Repairs 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 131 Nov-90 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 960,000 6.40% 5,960,000 5 Yes (2)
$19,000,000 for Acquisition of Land for Public Purposes, Including Farmland and Construction to Replace Churchill Dam 114th, 2nd Reg. PL 1989, c. 876 Nov-90 No 19,000,000           Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Restoration and Preservation of Historic Buildings and Improvements at State Park Facilities 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 129 Nov-90 No 5,000,000           Yes (2)
$9,000,000 for Water Pollution Control Facilities 114th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1989, c. 130 Nov-90 Yes 9,000,000 9,000,000 3,316,500 6.70% 12,316,500 10 Yes (2)
$35,000,000 for an Additional 200 Beds at Maximum Security Prison Warren 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 90 Nov-89 No 35,000,000           Yes (2)
$14,500,000 for Various Construction and Renovation Projects within the State's Correctional Facilities 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 90 Nov-89 Yes 14,500,000 14,500,000 5,343,250 6.70% 19,843,250 10 Yes (2)
$15,000,000 to Enhance Housing Opportunities for the People of Maine 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 84 Nov-89 Yes 15,000,000 15,000,000 7,342,500 8.90% 22,342,500 10 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 for Clean-up and Closure of Solid Waste Landfills 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 81 Nov-89 Yes 6,000,000 6,000,000 975,000 6.50% 6,975,000 5 Yes (2)
$12,000,000 for Asbestos and Air Quality Hazards in State Facilities and Public Schools 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 69 Nov-89 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 4,422,000 6.70% 16,422,000 10 Yes (2)
$7,000,000 for Grants and Loans for Mental Illness Facilities 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 78 Nov-89 Yes 7,000,000 7,000,000 1,531,250 8.75% 8,531,250 5 Yes (2)
$21,000,000 for Highway, State and Local Bridges, Harbor and Airport Improvements 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 72 Nov-89 Yes 21,000,000 21,000,000 15,324,750 6.95% 36,324,750 20 Yes (2)
$4,400,000 for Sewerage Facilities Construction 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 80 Nov-89 Yes 4,400,000 4,400,000 715,000 6.50% 5,115,000 5 Yes (2)
$20,210,600 for Capital Improvements at all Campuses of MVTIS 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 85 Nov-89 Yes 20,210,600 20,210,600 10,383,200 6.85% 30,593,800 15 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Capital Grants Program for Recycling Equipment and Facilities 114th, 1st Reg. & 1st. Spec. P&S 1989, c. 75 Nov-89 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 1,093,750 8.75% 6,093,750 5 Yes (2)
$36,800,000 for Construction and Upgrading of Libraries, Classrooms, Laboratories and Other Educational Facilities at all Branches of the University of Maine System 113th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1987, c, 140 Nov-88 Yes 36,800,000 36,800,000 20,313,600 6.90% 57,113,600 15 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for the Establishment of an Adaptive Equipment Loan Which Would Enable Persons with Disabilities to Purchase Adaptive Equipment Necessary to Their Independence 113th, 2nd Reg. PL 1987, c. 817 Nov-88 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 885,000 5.90% 5,885,000 5 Yes (2)
$12,000,000 for Sewerage Facilities Construction 113th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1987, c. 125 Nov-88 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 4,224,000 6.40% 16,224,000 10 Yes (2)
$13,000,000 for the Investigation, Abatement, Cleanup and Mitigation of Uncontrolled Hazardous Substance Sites, for Cleaning Up and Closing Solid Waste Landfills, and for the Removal of Underground Oil Storage Tanks, all of which pose a Hazard to Public Health, the Environment and Water Quality 113th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1987, c. 126 Nov-88 Yes 13,000,000 13,000,000 4,576,000 6.40% 17,576,000 5 Yes (2)
$3,000,000 to Build, Repair or Renovate Public Safety Facilities 113th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1987, c. 120 Nov-88 Yes 3,000,000 3,000,000 531,000 5.90% 3,531,000 5 Yes (2)
$3,200,000 for Establishment of a Statewide E-9-1-1 System 113th, 2nd Reg. PL 1987, c. 840 Nov-88 Yes 3,200,000 3,200,000 566,400 5.90% 3,766,400 5 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 for Detection and Removal of Asbestos Hazards in State Facilities and Public Schools 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 71 Nov-87 Yes 6,000,000 6,000,000 1,008,000 5.60% 7,008,000 5 Yes (2)
$35,000,000 for the Purchase of Public Land Access for Maine's People (to be issued over a period of 4 years) 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 73 Nov-87 Yes 35,000,000 35,000,000 19,880,000 7.10% 54,880,000 15 Yes (2)
$26,500,000 for Highway, Bridge and Airport Improvements and to Reduce Ground Water Pollution Resulting from the Storage of State and Municipally-Owned Highway Materials 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 66 Nov-87 Yes 26,500,000 26,500,000 20,590,500 7.40% 47,090,500 20 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Acquisition of School Buses for Maine Public Schools 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 55 Nov-87 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 840,000 5.60% 5,840,000 5 Yes (2)
$8,000,000 for Capital Repairs and Improvements to State Facilities and the Removal of Asbestos from State Facilities 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 61 Nov-87 No 8,000,000           Yes (2)
$3,000,000 for Removal of Oil Storage Tanks and Related Ground Water Restoration 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c, 72 Nov-87 Yes 3,000,000 3,000,000 504,000 5.60% 3,504,000 5 Yes (2)
$3,100,000 for Pier Reconstruction at the Maine Maritime Academy 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 60 Nov-87 No 3,100,000           Yes (2)
$6,000,000 to Create the Maine Job Development Program 113th, 1st Reg. PL 1987, c. 441 Nov-87 No 6,000,000           Yes (2)
$8,300,000 for Construction of Sewage Treatment Facilities in Communities Throughout the State 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 54 Nov-87 Yes 8,300,000 8,300,000 2,967,250 6.50% 11,267,250 10 Yes (2)
$8,000,000 for Cleaning Up and Closing Solid Waste Landfills That Pose a Hazard to Public Health and to Ground Water Quality 113th, 1st Reg. P&S 1987, c. 70 Nov-87 Yes 8,000,000 8,000,000 1,344,000 5.60% 9,344,000 5 Yes (2)
$7,700,000 to Upgrade Facilities in the University of Maine System 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 139 Nov-86 Yes 7,700,000 7,700,000 1,106,875 5.75% 8,806,875 5 Yes (2)
$5,000,000 for Acquiring Wildlife Habitat and Land for Public Outdoor Recreation 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 138 Nov-86 Yes 5,000,000 5,000,000 1,856,250 6.75% 6,856,250 10 No (5)
$3,100,000 to Provide for Armory Expansion, Rehabilitation and Construction 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 123 Nov-86 No 3,100,000           Yes (2)
$10,000,000 to Provide for Acquisition of Land for Coastal Access, Harbor Improvements, Maine State Ferry Improvements and Improvements to the State's Marine Laboratory at McKown Point, Boothbay Harbor 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 132 Nov-86 No 10,000,000           Yes (2)
$6,000,000 to Provide Funds to Identify and Correct Asbestos Problems in State Facilities 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c, 140 Nov-86 Yes 6,000,000 6,000,000 862,500 5.75% 6,862,500 5 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 for Additional School Construction Projects to Comply with Education Reform Law and for Construction of an Activity Building at AMHI 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 122 Nov-86 Yes 6,000,000 6,000,000 862,500 5.75% 6,862,500 5 Yes (2)
 $12,000,000 to Provide for Sewer Treatment Facilities 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c, 121 Nov-86 Yes 12,000,000 12,000,000 6,300,000 7.00% 18,300,000 15 Yes (2)
$16,000,000 to Build, Repair or Renovate State Correctional Facilities 112th, 2nd Reg. P&S 1985, c. 142 Nov-86 Yes 16,000,000 16,000,000 5,940,000 6.75% 21,940,000 10 Yes (2)
$2,200,000 for Equipment and Land Purchase for Vocation-Technical Institutes 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985, c, 58 Nov-85 Yes 2,200,000 2,200,000 371,250 6.75% 2,571,250 5 Yes (2)
$2,000,000 for Restoration and Preservation of Historic Buildings 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985, c, 73 Nov-85 Yes 2,000,000 2,000,000 337,500 6.75% 2,337,500 5 Yes (2)
$850,000 for Acquisition of Central Rail Lines in Maine 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985,        c. 75 * Nov-85 Yes 850,000 850,000 143,437 6.75% 993,437 5 Yes (2)
$20,000,000 by Department of Transportation to Match Available Federal Funds for Highway, Bridge and Airport Improvements 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985, c.. 71 Nov-85 Yes 20,000,000 20,000,000 17,850,000 8.50% 37,850,000 20 Yes (2)
$4,300,000 for Constructing and Equipping Centers for Advanced Technology that Service the Economic Development Needs of Maine 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985, c. 80 Nov-85 No 4,300,000           Yes (2)
$15,000,000 for Sewage Treatment, Water Quality Improvement Facilities and Restoration and Cleanup of Oil Contaminated Ground Water and Well Water 112th, 1st Reg. P&S 1985, c.. 72 Nov-85 Yes 15,000,000 15,000,000 13,387,500 8.50% 28,387,500 20 Yes (2)
$10,035,000 to Build and Repair Prisons 111th, 2nd Reg. & 3rd Spec. P&S 1983, c. 111 Nov-84 Yes 10,035,000 10,035,000 4,829,344 8.75% 14,864,344 10 Yes (2)
$16,500,000 for Buildings at the University of Maine 111th, 2nd Reg. & 3rd Spec. P&S 1983, c. 109 Nov-84 Yes 16,500,000 16,500,000 7,940,625 8.75% 24,440,625 10 Yes (2)
$6,000,000 to Build Courthouses 111th, 2nd Reg. & 3rd Spec. P&S 1983, c. 110 Nov-84 No 6,000,000           Yes (2)
$13,425,000 for Buildings at the Vocational Technical Institutes and a Tugboat at Maine Maritime Academy 111th, 2nd Reg. & 3rd Spec. P&S 1983, c. 108 Nov-84 Yes 13,425,000 13,425,000 6,460,781 8.75% 19,885,781 10 Yes (2)
$15,737,000 for Pollution Abatement Fund and Hazardous Waste Clean Up Fund 111th, 2nd Reg. & 3rd Spec. P&S 1983, c. 99 Jun-84 Yes 15,735,000 15,735,000 7,572,469 8.75% 23,307,469 10 Yes (2)
$21,094,000 for State Facilities Construction, Renovations and Improvements and Construction and Improvements of Municipal Facilities 111th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. PL 1983, c. 585 Nov-83 No 21,094,000           Yes (2)
$11,875,000 for the Purpose of Making Air and Sea Transportation Improvements 111th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1983, c. 58 Nov-83 Yes 11,875,000 11,875,000 11,097,187 8.90% 22,972,187 20 No (4)
$720,000 for County Courthouse Handicapped Accessibility 111th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1983, c. 57 Nov-83 Yes 720,000 720,000 672,840 8.90% 1,392,840 20 Yes(2)
$24,600,000 for Highway and Bridge Improvements to Match Federal Funds and to Accelerate Improvement of Town Way Bridges 111th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1983, c. 40 Nov-83 Yes 24,600,000 24,600,000 22,988,700 8.90% 47,588,700 20 No (4)
No Bond Issues Sent to Voters 110th, 2nd Reg.   Nov-82   0            
$600,000 Maine Public Broadcasting System  110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1981, c. 64 Nov-81 No 600,000           Yes(2)
$1,000,000 Conservation and Recovery Systems  110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. PL 1981, c. 528 as amended by c. 530 Nov-81 Yes 1,000,000 1,000,000 1,050,000 10.0% 2,050,000 20 Yes(3)
$1,500,000 Development of State Park Facilities 110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1981, c. 64 Nov-81 No 1,500,000           Yes(2)
$2,000,000 Energy Conservation Improvements 110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1981, c. 64 Nov-81 Yes 2,000,000 2,000,000 500,000 10.0% 2,500,000 5 Yes(2)
$12,300,000 Bridge and Highway Improvements 110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1981, c. 63 as amended by c. 76 Nov-81 Yes 12,300,000 12,300,000 12,915,000 10.0% 25,215,000 20 No (4)
$33,300,000 Agricultural and Economic Development 110th, 1st Reg. & 1st Spec. P&S 1981, c. 65 as amended by c. 75 Nov-81 Yes 33,300,000 33,300,000 34,965,000 10.0% 68,265,000 20 No (4)
Notes:
1 The interest amount and interest rate reflected is the estimate of the total interest that could reasonably be expected to be paid on the issues.  These estimates were derived prior to legislative authorization and voter ratification of the individual issues.  The amount of interest paid or to be paid will vary depending upon the rate of interest at the time of issuance.
2 The laws authorizing these bonds allow that "...any issuance... may contain a call feature" at the "...discretion of the Treasurer of State, with the approval of the Governor."
3 The laws authorizing this bond allows that the bonds "...may be made redeemable before maturity, at the option of the Treasurer of State."
4 The laws authorizing these bonds do not specifically reference a call feature but allow the bonds to be issued "...upon such terms and conditions, not inconsistent with (this Act/herewith), as the Governor shall direct."
5 The law authorizing this bond does not include a call feature or provide the type of direction included in footnote (4).
* P&S 1987, c. 76 deauthorized P&S 1985, c. 75 bond issue and authorized expenditures from available resources rather than issue bonds as originally contemplated.