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The Maine Supreme Judicial Court on Tuesday dismissed the city of Portland's appeal to block a citywide referendum on the sale of Congress Square Plaza and other parks. The referendum, if approved on June 10, would require sales of protected properties, including the plaza, to be approved by a vote of eight out of nine City Councilors. If a smaller majority supported the sale, it would have to go a citywide referendum for final consideration by voters. The court, arguing against the city of Portland, said the proposal won't interfere with the city's day-to-day operations.
Do you agree with the court's ruling that could allow Portland voters to impact the sale of Congress Square Plaza?
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