Orrington residents on Monday approved by a vote of 380 to 75 a proposal to construct a $2.85 million public safety building at the corner of Tupper and Center drives after rejecting a more expensive plan in December. Thirty-four fewer voters cast ballots Monday than did seven months ago when residents rejected a $3.5 million proposal by a vote of 255-234 at a special town meeting. Linda Coan O'Kresik | BDN Linda Coan O'Kresik | BDN Orrington voters decide today whether to build a new public safety building for $2.85 million, a less expensive plan than they rejected in December. This time, voters cast secret ballots as they did recently in an election for school board and the selectmen’s board.

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