South Portland's Cushing Point was the site of the West Shipyard during World Wa
South Portland's Cushing Point was the site of the West Shipyard during World War II, where 30,000 shipbuilders worked around the clock producing Liberty Ships for the war effort -- Today the old shipyard area is in poor shape, but South Portland city managerJerre Bryant and Planning Director Tex Haeuser have developed a plan to fund $500,000 in public improvements in the area with money from a proposed Tax Increment Financing District for National Semiconductor -- Details
Municipal improvement, National Semiconductor Corp -- South Portland, South Portland, Tax increment financing
"South Portland's Cushing Point was the site of the West Shipyard during World Wa" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 11884.
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