"Business Maine." In 1998 Maine led the nation in job growth; Comair flights fr









"Business Maine." In 1998 Maine led the nation in job growth; Comair flights from Bangor to Cincinnati have been very successful; federal lawyers will urge the Supreme Court to give Maine probation officers overtime pay; Gov. Angus King asked the federal government to increase the truck weight limit on Maine's interstate highways to 100,000 pounds; Maine Yankee nuclear power plant filed for an abatement of its Wiscasset taxes; Interstate Brands Corp., J. J. Nissen Baking Co.'s parent company, asked Biddeford to increase its $950,000 tax break under Tax Increment Financing; Maine humorists comment on Vermon't claim that "you can't get there from here" is a "classic Vermont joke;" an employee buyout is a strong possibility at Central Maine Power; Maine Medical Center purchased Jackson Brook Institute and renamed it Spring Harbor; the nonprofit Hydrogen Center wants to build a hydrogen-energy facility on the Carlton Bridge in Bath; Maine Tire of Westbrook will triple its revenues and work forces by acquiring two industrial tire and wheel manufacturers in Canada; and Freeport food distributor Maine Sysco closed.


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