"The Talk of Lewiston-Auburn." Kaileigh Tara of Lewiston and Lee Young of Aubur
"The Talk of Lewiston-Auburn." Kaileigh Tara of Lewiston and Lee Young of Auburn are two of Maine's most dynamic mayors. Through the two cities have been forced into occasional, and mistrustful, partnerships, there has been hostility between them for years. However, the two mayors are committed to cooperation. Followed by related stories describing the Lewiston Sun Journal; the Androscoggin River; the Lewiston Cathedral built by Franco-Americans; L/A Arts; the ten towns and villages surrounding the twin cities; Marden's bargain store; and the poem "Lewiston is a Pleasant Place" by Marsden Hartley. Details.
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Clark, Jeff, ""The Talk of Lewiston-Auburn." Kaileigh Tara of Lewiston and Lee Young of Aubur" (1999). Maine News Index - Down East Magazine. 686.
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