East-West Corridor Presentation
January 18, 2013
Darryl Brown, EWC Program Manager, Cianbro
Eastport, Maine, Shead HS, 2:45–4:00
1:40–3:40 — Brown’s background: owns Eastport property, recent posts w/ Maine Land Development, 2 yrs. DEP Commissioner.
3:90–5:00 — Transparent as they can be at this point. Project of state significance; not trying to separate state in two. This project needs to happen.
5:10–9:00 — Economic disparity between N & S of state. ME’s rep as one of worst […]
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On January 8th, members of STEWC joined members of over 20 other progressive activist groups in a Rally of Unity at the State House. It was an inspiring and successful day with over 150 participants, including drumming and dancing led by members of the Wabanaki Confederacy who are also raising awareness on #IdleNoMore. Thanks to everyone for coming to speak to legislators and share hope for a healthy and prosperous future in Maine, the way life should be!
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Vending machines to feature ‘healthy choices’
By Lauren Drasler, Assistant New Editor | The Vermont Cynic | Thursday, February 2, 2012
The sale of bottled water on campus will end Jan. 1, 2013, makingUVM one of the first institutions nationwide to pass this type of sustainable beverage policy, according to University Communications.
UVM will remove bottled water from its 57 vending machines and in retail outlets as well asmandate that one-third of the drinks in vending machines be healthy choices,University […]
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