"News & Issues" piece on the proposed business super park in Oakland, which has
"News & Issues" piece on the proposed business super park in Oakland, which has the green light following a remarkably united 111-20 vote in Clinton. The town's vote commits it to an initial annual investment of about $14,000 in support of the $12 million project. That figure will decrease every year and be offset by park lease income. Clinton became the 24th community to support the park, and its $91 million in valuation boosted the total to more than $3 billion, the threshold that qualifies the park for a $1 million state grant. Other towns investing in the project include Anson, Benton, Canaan, China, Cornville, Fairfield, Farmingdale, Gardiner, Hartland, Manchester, Norridgewock, Oakland, Palmyra, Pittsfield, Readfield, Rome, St. Alban's, Sidney, Solon, Smithfield, Starks, Waterville and Winslow.
Haskell, Meg, ""News & Issues" piece on the proposed business super park in Oakland, which has" (1999). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3642.