"Business Maine." Brief articles on the University of Maine's new Franklin hatch
"Business Maine." Brief articles on the University of Maine's new Franklin hatchery; the tax-increment financing deal by Lamforder Corp., an automobile parts maker, to add 106 jobs in Brewer; the hazardous waste fine against Spencer Press; sale of the Courier Publications building in Rockland; plans by John Cacoulidis to build a South Portland hotel; the merger at Chinet in Waterville; the state's judicial appeal for a bingo parlor in Albany; criticism of state departments for failing to document tax increment breaks; increased traffic at Portland International Jetport; closure of the Dexter Shoe factory in Milo; herbal remedies to be offered by Tom's of Maine; and the removal of the D grade by Mid-Maine Technical Center in Waterville.
Chinet Co Waterville, Courier Publications Rockland, Fines (Penalties), Fish hatcheries, Gambling, Hotels, taverns, etc South Portland, Mid-Maine Technical Center Waterville, Portland International Jetport, Shoe industry, Tax increment financing, Tom's of Maine Inc Kennebunk, Cacoulidis, John
""Business Maine." Brief articles on the University of Maine's new Franklin hatch" (1999). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1270.
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