"Cover Story" piece on former Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) chief executive offi
"Cover Story" piece on former Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) chief executive officer and independent gubernatorial candidate David Flanagan, 54, of Manchester. A Harvard Law School graduate who has never been elected to public office, Flanagan has an impressive public service record, which includes service as a trustee for both the University of Maine and Waterville's Thomas College, board member of The Nature Conservancy and co-chair of capital campaigns for a disabled children's center in Augusta and the Kennebec Valley United Way. He identifies health insurance costs as one of the most pressing issues facing Mainers. To date, he has raised only $52,000 for his campaign, and though he won't say how much of his personal money he plans to spend campaigning, his total severance package from CMP is valued in the millions. With details about how Flanagan, a former Democrat, ran CMP. During his tenure as CMP's top executive, the company's share value nearly tripled from $11 to $29.50. Also with details about his stated policy agenda.
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Barker, Chris, ""Cover Story" piece on former Central Maine Power Co. (CMP) chief executive offi" (2002). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 5774.
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