Rep. Arata’s latest newsletter includes information about the Poland Spring Festival and the NG Strawberry Festival, an online tool for anglers, and warnings about children in hot cars and healthy swimming.
Invited to this forum are candidates Ned Claxton and Ellie Espling running for the Maine Senate and Amy Arata and Misty Coolidge, running for the House. The public is invited to attend the live event at the New Gloucester Meeting House or to watch on Cable channel 3.
The Forum will begin at 6:30 pm and consist of a 60-minute session for each race, one following the other, and each facilitated by a moderator. The public is invited to submit questions by Wednesday October 3 at 11 a.m. to email@example.com The moderator will not disclose who submitted the questions being asked.
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Recently Senator Claxton was honored to present a Legislative Sentiment to the Friends of the New Gloucester Public Library for receiving the Spirit of America Foundation Award, a tribute presented to Maine municipalities, individuals and organizations for commendable community service. The Friends of NG Library has been an amazing community contributor by raising funds for the library including book and bake sales, sponsoring several library programs including park passes for the library patrons and delivery of books to the homebound, and so much more. Senator Claxton was pleased to greet them and recognize their significant contributions to the community of New Gloucester. Senator Claxton and Representative Arata gave a tour of the Senate and House chambers.
Senator Claxton and Representative Arata greeting the Friends of NG Library in the Hall of Flags at the State House. In the photo (L to R): Sen. Claxton, Friends Deb Chandler, Yvette Knight, Phoebe Hardesty, Bev Cadigan, Betty Kolda and Kathleen Potter, and Rep. Arata.
Rep. Amy Arata (R-New Gloucester, part of Poland) shared her concerns about Governor Mills’s proposed budget in this opinion piece posted in The Maine Wire on March 24, 2019. Read Rep. Arata’s full commentary here.
Representative Amy Arata’s latest newsletter includes information about Maine Maple Sunday, lost or unclaimed property, the Maine Moose Permit Lottery and the Legislative Memorial Scholarship. Read her newsletter here.
AUGUSTA – State Representative Amy B. Arata (R-New Gloucester, Poland-part) is pleased to announce that the Maine Department of Transportation Work Plan for Calendar Years 2019, 2020 and 2021 is available. The estimated value of work in the plan totals more than $2.44 billion and encompasses 2,193 projects across the state. Continue reading →
“Because they have no good placement options, these patients end up with long stays in hospitals that are better designed to help those who have acute, short-term needs,” said Sen. Claxton. Continue reading →
The mayors of Portland and South Portland voiced their opposition Wednesday to a proposed bill that would block municipalities from prohibiting short-term rentals such as Airbnb.
But its sponsor defended the measure, saying Airbnb and other short-term rentals “are giving tourists a new way to look for a place to stay while visiting our great state.” Keep reading James McCarthy’s Mainebiz article