"Business Maine." Brief articles on potential Kittery property tax losses from
"Business Maine." Brief articles on potential Kittery property tax losses from the death of Ronald Sawtelle, owner of Seavey Island LLC; Board of Planning Review's denial of an International Paper site-review permit; move of Putnam Investments from Massachusetts to Maine; order by Maine Department of Environmental Protection for Wyman power plant to reduce emissions; revenue increase at American Skiing Company in Bethel; Teamsters' support for a potential L.L. Bean strike; construction of Irving Forest Products' manufacturing plant in Limestone; ruling from Forest Stewardship Council that J. D. Irving met its environmental standards; upcoming closure of Franklin Shoe Company in Farmington; selection of Leonard Dow as chief operating officer of FirstPark in Fairfield; consideration of subsidiary CNEX to buy itself when sold by Central Maine Power; railroad service to Portland; and lawsuit by four employees against MBNA.
Actions and defenses, Air pollution, American Skiing Co, Bean, L L, Inc Freeport, FirstPark Oakland, International Paper Company, Irving Forest Products, Irving, J D, Ltd, MBNA Corp, Putnam Investments, Railroads Passenger service, Dow, Leonard, Sawtelle, Ronald
""Business Maine." Brief articles on potential Kittery property tax losses from" (2000). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1481.
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