Article about how Severin Beliveau, 65, a corporate lobbyist, worked to persuade
Article about how Severin Beliveau, 65, a corporate lobbyist, worked to persuade Gov. John Baldacci to withdraw the nomination of Andrew Cadot for a spot on the Board of Environmental Protection (BEP). Baldacci withdrew Cadot's nomination just minutes before it was to be considered by the Legislature's Natural Resources Committee, where Cadot may have had the votes for confirmation. Cadot, 58, who lives in Freeport, served on the board from 1997 to 2002, but was not reappointed by former governor Angus King. Cadot, who had questioned several corporate applications before the board, blames Beliveau for working to defeat his nomination. Beliveau represents two clients about to bring back to the BEP two projects which failed previously. Details.
Lobbyists, Maine Board of Environmental Protection, Nominations for office, Beliveau, Severin M, Chadot, Andrew
Tapley, Lance, "Article about how Severin Beliveau, 65, a corporate lobbyist, worked to persuade" (2003). Maine News Index – Portland Phoenix. 1233.
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