"Business Maine." Brief articles on approval of a cardiac surgery center at Cen







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"Business Maine." Brief articles on approval of a cardiac surgery center at Central Maine Medical Center in Lewiston; aggregation of Central Maine Power with the Maine State Chamber of Commerce; upholding of judgement against Portland landlord Joseph Soley; siting L.L.Bean's first major store outside Freeport near Washington, DC; legislators' objections to Maine Educational Services' proposed sale of Maine Education Loan Marketing Corp.; Sierra Club poll showing Mainers favor creation of a North Woods National Park; Maine Natural Gas pipeline from Pownal to Freeport; summer hail damage to Maine's apple crop; Federal Trade Commission approval of the sale of Hannaford Brothers to Delhaize; OpSail Maine 2000 in Portland; closure of Thomas & Betts manufacturing plant in Sanford; and contention by bidder Tony Bennett that York County Commissioners' building sale to Michael Bennett was illegal.


Apple industry, Bean, L L, Inc Freeport, Central Maine Medical Center Lewiston, Central Maine Power Company, Hannaford Bros Company Scarborough, Maine Educational Loan and Marketing Corp, National parks and reserves, OpSail Maine 2000, Pipe lines, Public opinion polls, Soley, Joseph L

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