Important Notices

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

Pursuant to 10 MRSA §1043 and 26 USCA §147(f), the Finance Authority of Maine (the “Authority”) will hold a public hearing at its office at 2 Portland Fish Pier (Marine Trade Center), Suite 204, Portland, Maine, on February 14, 2020 at 9:00 a.m. on an application from Martin’s Point Health Care, Inc. for a Certificate of Approval for issuance of Revenue Obligation Securities to finance the Project described below.

BOND ISSUER:  Finance Authority of Maine

INITIAL OWNER /USER OF PROJECT:       Martin’s Point Health Care, Inc.

PROJECT LOCATION:          3 Acadia Drive (to be redesignated 114 Bath Road), Brunswick, Maine

DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT:     The siting, design, construction and equipping of an approximately 54,400 square-foot, two story medical office building, together with costs of issuance and interest during construction.

MAXIMUM AMOUNT OF REVENUE OBLIGATION SECURITIES TO BE ISSUED BY THE AUTHORITY TO PROVIDE FINANCING FOR THE PROJECT:  $28,000,000

Prior to issuing a Certificate of Approval, the Authority must make certain findings, including a finding that the Project will not result in substantial detriment to existing industry.  Any person or competitor may attend the hearing, and will have an opportunity to make a brief statement regarding the Project or the financing.  Comments are specifically requested on those criteria set forth in 10 MRSA §1043(2), including public benefit and whether the Project could result in a substantial detriment to existing business.  Anyone planning to attend the hearing or to make a statement at the hearing is requested to notify the Authority and to send a written summary of the proposed comments no later than February 10, 2020, to:

Finance Authority of Maine

Chris Roney, Esq.

P.O. Box 949

5 Community Drive

Augusta, Maine 04332-0949

(207) 623-3263

croney@famemaine.com

The hearing may be continued to a subsequent date and time without further notice other than to those who have entered objections or requests for notification of the hearing.