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Our New Chamber Name

April 7, 2022

The new chamber name falls firmly into the category of ‘what’s old, is new again’ as after six months and four rounds of surveying we landed back on a name that was very close one of our previous names.  Though the outcome is similar, it’s important that everyone knows how we got to this name. 

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Question 3- SMMC Board Recommends a No on 3 vote

October 29, 2021

 Stance on Question 3- SMMC Board Recommends a No Vote 

The broadly written amendment, as presented, leaves too many potential ethical and legal pitfalls to be in the best interest of Mainers 

On November 2, the voters of Maine will be asked to weigh in on three referendum questions, with Question 3 stated as follows: 
 
“Do you favor amending the Constitution of Maine to declare that all individuals have a natural, inherent and unalienable right to grow, raise, harvest, produce and consume the food of their own choosing for their own nourishment, sustenance, bodily health and well-being?”    

Our SMMC Board is asking you to Vote No on Question 3. 

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Question 1- Full Stance from the SMMC Executive Team

October 26, 2021

This is the full stance that the SMMC Executive Team made for Question 1 on the 2021 Maine Ballot.  This stance includes, in bold, the items that appear in the summary stance which is on a separate blog post on this website.  

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Question 1- Summary Stance from the Executive Team

October 26, 2021

The summary stance is an abbreviated version of the full stance that the SMMC Executive Committee approved for Question 1 on the 2021 Maine Ballot.  In summary, both sides were considered and the SMMC Executive Team found the benefits outweigh the risks and urge Mainers to vote No on 1 and reject blocking the corridor

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Mid Coast Hospital Celebrates Successful 28th Annual Golf Tournament

September 17, 2021

Mid Coast Hospital Celebrates Successful 28th Annual Golf Tournament

Over $62,000 raised for community health

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Mid Coast Hospital Reopens On-Site COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

August 27, 2021

Mid Coast Hospital Reopens On-Site COVID-19 Vaccine Clinic

BRUNSWICK, ME — On Monday, August 30, 2021, Mid Coast Hospital’s COVID-19 Vaccination Clinic will re-open at 81 Medical Center Drive for eligible individuals to receive the COVID-19 vaccine. Open for walk-ins, the clinic’s hours will be Monday through Friday, 3:00-5:00 p.m. Vaccines will be available to individuals who wish to receive their first and second doses; third doses will be offered to immunocompromised people.

The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recommends people who have certain conditions that may weaken their immune systems and who received Pfizer or Moderna vaccines should receive a third dose of the same COVID-19 vaccine as the one listed on their vaccination card. 

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Maine Economic Recovery Input Sessions We want to hear from YOU!

August 20, 2021

 

Maine Economic Recovery Input Sessions

We want to hear from YOU!

 

Join the Department of Economic and Community Development in a regional discussion to share input on potential business and nonprofit support programs.

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MDOL: SafetyWorks Classes for August

July 30, 2021

Maine Department of Labor Offering Workplace Training Sessions

SafetyWorks! can help you prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths and reduce related costs. Our safety & health consultation and training services are offered at no charge and confidential and we don't issue fines or citations.

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POLICY: Maine State Chamber Opposes LD1708 for Maine Takeover of Electrical

June 11, 2021

CONTACT YOUR LEGISLATORS TODAY
AND URGE THEM TO OPPOSE LD 1708!

LD 1708An Act To Create the Pine Tree Power Company, a Nonprofit Utility, To Deliver Lower Rates, Reliability and Local Control for Maine Energy Independence, would force a $13.5 billion state takeover of Central Maine Power (CMP) and Versant Power and create a government electric utility run by a board of elected politicians.

Call your legislator today and urge them to oppose LD 1708
and stop the rush to government-controlled power.

LD 1708 would create an unprecedented government takeover of the state’s two largest property taxpayers that will raise electric rates for decades to come.

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POLICY: Maine State Chamber Opposes 920 To Make Streaming a Public Utility

June 11, 2021

Passage of LD 920 will have a chilling effect on broadband expansion in Maine

As amended, LD 920An Act To Promote Oversight of and Competitive Parity among Video Service Providers, would make video service providers and streaming services delivered over the internet a “public utility,” subject to the multitude of regulations that currently cover gas, electric, and water companies. Passage would result in a sea-change in Maine law and add costly new fees to cable customers’ monthly bills, making recovery from a difficult year even more challenging. What’s worse, this preemptive fee could make Maine vulnerable to costly litigation, further burdening taxpayers. And that’s not all - the bill discriminates against providers of streaming services that are investing in critical broadband infrastructure for the state of Maine. 

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