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Meeting with MDOT & LD 1168

Letter to STEWC email notification list from Chris Buchanan on 4-9-15

Hi everyone,

As many of you know, our bill to close the loophole in the PPP law, LD 506, was unanimously defeated in the Transportation Committee last week, which is a bummer. But, we’re not done with advocating for better state policy!

We are now asking for your support on LD 1168. Below and attached are the talking points that we’ve written up for LD 1168 to help […]

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Somerset Economic Development Council prioritizes East-West Highway in plan

In its plan prepared by Eaton-Peabody consulting group, the Somerset Economic Development Council lists, “pursue East-West Highway” as one of its 14 regional priorities.

http://www.somersetcountymaine.org/SEDCExecSummary.pdf

Stop the East-West Corridor and Defending Water for Life are calling on Somerset County residents to write letters in local papers, as well as step forward to inform the SEDC about the facts available about the Corridor, and share their opinions.

SEDC, along with all of the federally designated economic development zones in […]

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Penobscot River Case and recent related programs from WERU

http://archives.weru.org/wabanaki-windows/2015/02/wabanaki-windows-21715/

http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2015/02/radioactive-21915/http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/10/radioactive-103014/http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/08/radioactive-8714/http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/08/radioactive-81414/http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/07/radioactive-73114/http://archives.weru.org/radioactive/2014/07/radioactive-72514/

Coming Spruce Budworm Outbreak: Initial Risk Assessment and Preparation & Response Recommendations For Maine’s Forestry Community

Protected: Alliance for Common Good – Bills to Watch 2015

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EPA Decision: Maine Water Quality Standards Inadequate for Tribal Waters

Link to Original Article and Radio Program

By • FEB 5, 2015 | Maine Public Broadcasting Network

Download audio file: 02052015spsmix.mp3

AUGUSTA, Maine – In a decision that is being welcomed as “historic” by Maine Indian tribes, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has asked the state of Maine to revise some water quality standards for tribal waters.

The decision comes during ongoing litigation brought by the state against the EPA. Maine’s […]

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Report: 21st Century Transportation, Highway Boondoggles by U.S. PIRG

 

I-395 and Route 9 Hard Look

Alliance for Common Good hosts 3rd Annual Rally of Unity

A tremendous showing for community and tribal sovereignty, and water protection

Augusta – Over a hundred Maine citizens and representatives from dozens of organizations joined forces at the State House’s Hall of Flags for the third annual Rally of Unity. The overarching theme for this year’s rally was protection of our water resources and respect for community and tribal sovereignty. Featured speakers included Shenna Bellows, former candidate for U.S. Senate and former Maine Senator Troy Jackson.

Other speakers shared the […]

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In Maine, More Hipsters Choosing Life on the Farm

By JENNIFER MITCHELL | DEC 11, 2014 | Maine Public Broadcasting Network Link to original article and radio broadcast.

VIEW SLIDESHOW 1 of 5 Gene and Mary Margaret Ripley hold bags of carrots produced on their farm in […]

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