"Focus: Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on the Winthrop Commerce Center, which
"Focus: Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on the Winthrop Commerce Center, which is currently under redevelopment as a mixed-use office and retail facility in the former Carleton Woolen Mill. MaineGeneral Health recently signed a 10-year lease under which the health care provider will operate three businesses in 20,000 sq. ft. of the mill. Louis Carrier, of of the commerce center's owners, believes other tenants will follow, possibly state government offices. With additional comments by Cornell Knight, town manager; and John Butera, executive director of the Central Maine Growth Council. With a related article explaining why the Maine Department of Environmental Protection agreed to pay for oil cleanup at the former mill.
Winthrop Commerce Center, Maine Dept of Environmental Protection
Bouley, Jeffrey, ""Focus: Augusta-Waterville Region" piece on the Winthrop Commerce Center, which" (2006). Maine News Index – MaineBiz. 3499.
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