"Main Street" piece on Waterville and Winslow, two communities that are trying t
"Main Street" piece on Waterville and Winslow, two communities that are trying to adjust to economic reality. Kimberly-Clark Corp. bought the Scott Paper mill in 1995, and last year laid off more than one-quarter of the mill's work force. The C.F. Hathaway Co. currently employs around 500 workers, down from nearly 1,000 last year. Residents of Winslow and Waterville aren't concerned that the area is dying, and don't believe that the mills shape the communities. Business owners and factory workers want the manufacturing jobs, but don't spend a lot of time worrying about things that can't be controlled. Details.
Economic conditions, Waterville, Winslow
Chutchian, Kenneth Z., ""Main Street" piece on Waterville and Winslow, two communities that are trying t" (1997). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 2696.