Topsham is spending $350,000 of town money to create access roads and landscapin
Topsham is spending $350,000 of town money to create access roads and landscaping for undeveloped real estate across from the Topsham Fair Mall. The town hired an economic development director, Margaret Murphy, in 1993 to help recover from the abandonment of the Pejepscot Paper Company mills in the 1970s. Murphy has secured town appropriations of over $600,000 for an Economic Development Enterprise Fund. Details.
Business parks, Economic development, Topsham Business Park
Cole, John N., "Topsham is spending $350,000 of town money to create access roads and landscapin" (1996). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 269.
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