"Business Maine." Brief articles on criticism of HoltraChem by the Natural Reso
"Business Maine." Brief articles on criticism of HoltraChem by the Natural Resources Council of Maine for excessive mercury pollution; merger of Fresh Samantha with Odwalla; middle management cuts at KeyBank; the departure of Michael Sexton, president of Central Maine Newspapers; the Maine labor shortage; Lewiston's $250,000 budget for a postal distribution center; Presque Isle's federal intermodal transportation grant; sale of Holman Cooking Equipment in Saco to Star Manufacturing; Bangor's search for a waterfront developer; Shawmut Ocean Resort in Kennebunkport, for sale; layoffs at Avian Farms in Waterville; denial by the Maine Bureau of Insurance of a rate increase by National Council on Compensation Insurance; reopening of Carleton Woolen Mills; Auburn's proposed zoning changes; and unemployment decline in Lewiston-Auburn.
Avian Farms International, Carleton Woolen Mills, Central Maine Newspapers, Employment, Fresh Samantha, Holden Cooking Equipment Saco, Hotels, taverns, etc Kennebunkport Shawmut Inn, HoltraChem Manufacturing, Key Bank of Maine, Labor supply, Mercury, Waterfront, Woolen mills, Natural Resources Council of Maine, Transportation, US Postal Service, Sexton, Michael J
Riddick, Ruth, ""Business Maine." Brief articles on criticism of HoltraChem by the Natural Reso" (2000). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1363.
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