Bucksport; Life After the Mill: The town at the top of Penobscot Bay searches for its new heart and soul
When Bucksport's paper mill closed it created opportunities to expand on its waterfront assets. This article explores what the town and its citizens are doing to redevelop Bucksport, shore up its economy, provide services to the residents of the coastal community, and look to the future and new economic opportunities.
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Baumer, Jim and O'Kresik, Linda Coan, "Bucksport; Life After the Mill: The town at the top of Penobscot Bay searches for its new heart and soul" (2018). Maine News Index - Island Journal. 572.