"Business Maine." Short articles on the resignation of Portland Press Herald ma
"Business Maine." Short articles on the resignation of Portland Press Herald managing editor Curt Hazlett; decline in Maine consumer confidence; conclusions of the Year 2000 Blue Ribbon Commission on Health Care; increased harvests of blueberries and cranberries; purchase by John Malone of forest encircling Spencer Lake; sexual harassment lawsuit against WLBZ-2 TV in Bangor by former employee Sharon Gonyar; lawsuit by Great Northern Paper against Millinocket for its tax assessment; purchase of Fort James in Old Town by Georgia Pacific; Occupational Safety and Heath Administration fines against DeCoster egg operation in Turner; settlement with former tenants by Portland landlord Joseph Soley; upcoming layoffs at Bath Iron Works; Maine attorney general's lawsuit against Portland developer Ric Weinshenk; closure of Stephen King's serial electronic book The Plant; lawsuits by Kittery Retail Ventures and by Shafmaster Inc. seeking permission to violate Kittery zoning changes; increase in the Maine lobster population, despite intense harvesting; and new Portland hotels.
Bath Iron Works, Blueberry industry, Cranberry industry, DeCoster Egg Farms Turner, Electronic publications, Great Northern Paper Company, Kittery Ordinances, Landlord and tenant, Lobsters, Paper mills, Sexual harassment, Spencer Lake, Hazlett, Curt, King, Stephen, Malone, John C C, Soley, Joseph L, Weinschenk, Ric
Cavallaro, Michaela, ""Business Maine." Short articles on the resignation of Portland Press Herald ma" (2000). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 1625.
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