Richard Barringer and Joseph McDonnell from the Muskie School of Public Service at USM will present the recommendations from their recent report – Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity. They will discuss the implications of growth and prosperity in the Greater Portland area on outlying rural towns like New Gloucester. They will also discuss the impact of Creative Economies on Maine towns.
Tuesday March 27
385 Intervale Rd
This presentation is being hosted by the New Gloucester Economic Development Committee. Members of the public are welcome. Questions and discussion will follow the presentation.
For more Information on these reports go to: Greater Portland Tomorrow: Choices for Sustained Prosperity and The Creative Economy in Maine: Measurement and Analysis.
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