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  • Monday, March 24, 2014 8:57 AM

    At its March 20, 2014 meeting, the Board of Directors of the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) approved bond financing for St. Croix Tissue, Inc., which is located in Baileyville. The proceeds will be used to partially finance the purchase and installation of two new, large tissue-making machines. FAME’s actions will help St. Croix and a related company, Woodland Pulp, LLC, create and retain approximately 450 Maine jobs. 


  • Wednesday, March 12, 2014 8:32 AM

    The Maine Senate recently confirmed Gov. LePage’s six nominees (two reappointments and four new members) to the Finance Authority of Maine (FAME) Board of Directors. The six board members are: Jonathan A. Block of Portland; Reis Hagerman of Standish; James G. Howard of Topsham; Gregory E. Miller of Old Town; Rosaire Pelletier of Madawaska; and James P. Violette, Jr. of Waterville. Upon swearing in, the new members will join the fifteen-member FAME Board.